Legal Requirements as Required By the OHSA and Regulations
OHSA Section 25(2)(a)(c)(d)(h)
Ontario Regulation 851 Section 51, 54-61
Ontario Regulation 67 Section 76-79
Ontario Regulation 213 Section 93-107
Training Meets CSA B335-15 requirements.
- The legal requirements as defined in the Occupational Health & Safety Act
- Causes of Forklift related accidents
- Hazards: People, Equipment, Environment, Materials
- How to ensure the safety of other workers in the area
- How to Inspect your lift truck
- Lift truck stability triangle. Centre of gravity load. Capacity of your lift truck.
- The effects of speed, acceleration, sharp cornering, etc.
- Main components of the lift truck with emphasis on the lifting/handling systems and their basic functions
- Basic fueling of a lift truck including propane, diesel and batteries
- Course includes a documented Driving Evaluation of the operators driving skill
- Charging of an electric powered Narrow Aisle Lift Truck
Who Should Attend?
Mandatory training for anyone who is authorized to operate a forklift.
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We at Industrial Safety Trainers believe that we can make a difference; we provide training and consulting services that will change the way workers look at safety in the workplace. We offer a very unique way of training; a discussion based method of learning. Our trainers are intelligent, knowledgeable and experienced in the subjects they teach but most importantly, they are passionate about safety training.
We operate offices out of Barrie, Ottawa and Iqaluit, Nunavut. Industrial Safety Trainers is becoming one of the largest training providers in Canada. Training can take place at a variety of different training venues such as our state of the art mobile training center called the Safety Bus, our conference center and boardroom located at our head office in Barrie and other locations that we feel are appropriate for training courses to be delivered.
“We believe the goal of making a workplace safe should not be a burden to the employer, it should be easy and affordable. We strive to ensure that our clients are educated about the applicable provincial and federal safety laws and how they should be applied.”