Read OSHA’s requirement regarding Powered Lift Truck Operator Training. Our instructors use classroom and Hand-On teaching focusing on the proper operation of specific types of powered industrial trucks used in your business.
Choosing MHI as your partner in training you fulfill OSHA’s requirement that forklift operator training that is outsourced be “…conducted by persons who have the knowledge, training, and experience to train powered industrial truck operators and evaluate their competence.” We have trained thousands of operators and trainers in our markets and you can count on our experience to be a reliable and effective source of training.
For those customers that wish to conduct training on their own, we offer a comprehensive Train the Trainer course which will prepare the trainer to provide effective forklift operator training to others in the organization.
Our goal, like yours, is not to simply fulfill OSHA’s requirement, but to ensure that all your employees are working in a safe and productive environment.
When OSHA was signed into law in 1974 by Richard Nixon, the goal was to improve employee health and safety, reduce on the job accidents and deaths and greatly improve the likelihood of employees returning home to their families each evening.
While most companies adhere to the standards and requirements of OSHA, often times, companies forget, get busy, or sometimes willfully ignore regulations to save money. When these things happen, and OSHA inspection can occur.
This short video, created by OSHA walks you through the process of why they might show up for an inspection and the process one can expect if an inspection occurs.