Forklift training is instructed by a qualified trainer, who has been trained in the aspects of forklift functions, dynamics, and types of classes the equipment falls under. If you are interested in having your own trainer on your staff, JIT Toyota-Lift offers Train the Trainer Training.
On-site forklift classes are the best way to train your forklift operators. On-site forklift training fulfills the requirement for forklift operators to use the actual equipment they’ll be using in the work environment they’ll be using it in. JIT Toyota-Lift will come to you!
Training is different for each class of forklift because each forklift class has different characteristics. OSHA requires training for the specific equipment that the operator will be using: Class 1, 4, 5 – Sit-down Counterbalance Forklifts ( battery, gas, LP, and diesel powered) Class 2 – Stand-up Narrow Isle Forklift Class 3 – Electric Pallet…
Anyone who operates a forklift is required to have proper forklift training.
JIT-Toyota Lift is proud to also offer Aerial Lift Operator Training. This training is ideal for our JLG Aerial Lifts or AICHI Aerial Lifts.
Forklift training is required by OSHA standards to eliminate work place accidents and fatalities.
JIT Toyota-Lift’s forklift training classes are taught by Jim Skinner. Jim brings a unique set of skills as he worked many years as a road technician and now works as a Customer Service Support Rep and Training Specialist. Having worked on forklifts, he has an understanding of what is important to forklift operators, maintenance supervisors,…
OSHA stands for Occupational Safety and Health Administration which is an agency of United States Department of Labor. OSHA assures safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing, training, outreach, education, and assistance.
JIT Toyota-Lift will come to you! On-site forklift classes are the best way to train your forklift operators. On-site forklift training allows your forklift operators to use the actual equipment they’ll be using in the work environment they’ll be using it in.
In order to become a forklift operator, you must: Be at least 18 years old Demonstrate safe operation of a forklift Complete a forklift training class and qualify to be a forklift operator Your forklift training class must be taught by a qualified forklift instructor Possess a Forklift Operator Certificate