Forklift Safety Training

Rough Terrain Forklift Safety Training – Class VII

Course Details


This course will cover Truck Mounted/Rough Terrain & Zoom Boom Forklift equipment and meets the training requirements of the CSA standard B355-15.


How many people will be attending?

Training is one of many actions that an organization can take to improve its performance and profitability It is proven that properly training your employees will reduce the risk of workplace injury, increase business productivity, develop positive relationships, and increase morale and job performance.

E-learning provides an excellent alternative to classroom training. It allows for greater mobility by the removal of the barriers of time and location. IST has assembled this library of online training units to meet the varied needs and budgetary constraints of all our clients; small, medium or large enterprises.

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Course Outline

* price does not include HST * travel costs may apply Course Includes: 
  • Manuals
  • Wall Certificate
  • Forklift Wallet Certificate
  • Records of Training
  • Attendance Record
  • Tests
  • Completed Practical Evaluations


This course will cover Truck Mounted/Rough Terrain & Zoom Boom Forklift equipment and meets the training requirements of the CSA standard B355-15.


Employers are required to ensure that workers have received instruction, training and testing in the operation of powered forklifts and lift trucks. Works must be able to demonstrate competency in accordance with the Ministry of Labour, Training & Skills Development’s Guidance for the Safety Operation and Maintenance of Powered Lift Trucks.


Participants will receive training in the following elements:

  • Why is training required?
  • The legal Stuff, who is the MLTSD and about the CSA Standards
  • Causes of Accidents and Looking for hazards in the workplace
  • Pre-Start inspections
  • Stability of a Lift Truck and understanding the loads to be carried.
  • Why Lift Trucks Tip over.
  • Load Handling
  • Important Safety Rules
  • Transporting Lift Trucks
  • Attachments you may use


Occupational Health and Safety Act Section 25(2)(a),(c),(d) and (h)
Ontario Regulation 213 Section – 93-107
Ontario Regulation 851 Section – 51, 54-61
CSA B335-15

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