It’s easy to get distracted these days, with so many pandemic safety rules to remember. But please don’t forget the basics of safe forklift operation. Check your machine, check your load, check your environment, check your clearances, and always wear the seatbelt.
Our 2020 Spring/Summer newsletter is now available – email us for a copy. We are also back to scheduling on-site forklift training for Comox Valley employers.
For all those forklift operators out there working during this pandemic, thank you for moving our essential items. Please stay safe, always check your forklift, check your load, check your environment and check your clearances. We are working on a way to resume our Comox Valley on-site forklift training in a way that is safe […]
Although our on site training in the Comox Valley has been suspended for the time being due to the Covid-19 virus, we welcome your enquiries for more details on our programs, quotes for your group or general forklift safety questions.
Booking Spring training now for employers from Nanaimo to Campbell River. Start the year off right, invest in safety training with us. Get your operators trained on your equipment, at your workplace.
Driving a forklift is a big responsibility. Driving one in the winter even more so. Icy surfaces, slick tires, heavy loads and cold exposure all make the operator’s job even hard. So give them a break!
Research shows that it takes the average person 66 days to pick up a new habit and 254 days for a complex habit. What this means for forklift training is that often we have to get rid of bad habits that have been picked up over the years, or never corrected. Recertification programs re-emphasise some […]
We are now booking forklift training on site for Comox Valley, Campbell River companies. Plan ahead for September scheduling.
Reported incidents with forklifts in BC in the last 6 months include fractures, internal injuries, crushing and bruising. Often it is not the operator but a pedestrian who is injured. Employers please remember just training the operators is not enough, you must also ensure you systematically supervise safe operation and all that entails. Identifying and […]
Forklift safety comes down to training and supervision. You can’t expect an untrained operator to drive safely, and even after professional training operators need to be supervised on an ongoing basis. Employers are responsible for ensuring operators have the right training.