Train the Trainer/Operator
Not your average training class or instructor! January 21, 2014 | DoubleTree Suites by Hilton | Lexington, Ky.
Just wanted to thank you for conducting outstanding training. I am retired military and have experienced the best environments for training. The forklift training I attended on Wednesday, January 16th was as impressive as any training I have experienced. I was extremely impressed with the instructor, material covered, presentation and overall professionalism. I look forward to attending training you conduct in the future.
â€” Rhette Foust, Warehouse Manager, Consolidated Paper Group, Inc.
Forklift Safety - Train the Trainer/Operator
Avoid costly penalties for noncompliance. Learn how to implement the OSHA Forklift regulations in your workplace. 8 a.m.
Registration and Continental Breakfast (provided)
8:30 a.m. OSHA Forklift Training • Requirements • Designations and definitions of powered industrial trucks • Review of the requirements including impact on injuries, recordable accidents, lost workday cases, workers’ comp costs and ratings, and OSHA penalties
12:45 p.m. Compliance Made Simple • Operator qualifications • Training program content and implementation • Refresher/remedial training • Certification • Avoidance of duplicated training • Training program evaluation • Recordkeeping requirements – maintenance logs
• Checklist for compliance
Effective Forklift Training
• Review forklift, data plate and forklift operation
• 33 tips for driving powered industrial trucks • Training program implementation, certification and evaluation • Training operators on current forklift safety statistics
2 p.m. Requirements of 1910.178 • Frequently asked questions and answers
• Three-point and Four-point suspensions
• ANSI standards
• Center of gravity
• Group participation
• 13 specific truck-related topics • Nine workplace-related topics • Training for different types of powered industrial trucks
3 p.m. Forklift Safety course adjourns
More Info why attend?
about the speaker
This program is designed to give you a thorough understanding of the forklift standards. It will introduce and explain the standards and give you the opportunity to ask questions and receive detailed answers from an instructor who knows the code. After completing this course, you will feel confident in knowing whether or not you and your company are meeting OSHA standards.
William Pfister President, Safety Training and Consulting, Inc. Pfister was employed with the Indiana Department of Labor for eighteen years, serving five years as an Indiana OSHA inspector and as a safety training consultant for the Bureau of Safety Education and Training (BUSET) for thirteen years. During his tenure with IDOL, he trained over 40,000 people, including training seminars for six universities. Pfister has conducted training seminars in 13 states and has performed more than 1,200 consultations and inspections for private industry. He is a federally authorized instructor with respect to general industry and construction standards. Pfister is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers. Currently he is the president of Safety Training and Consulting, Inc. which provides occupational safety and health training services throughout the United States.
who should attend? • Safety directors • Personnel directors • Safety committee members
• Supervisors • Maintenance personnel • Lead people
our past attendees say it best “Very good teacher/speaker.” Greg Rainey, AGC Automotive Americas
“Very entertaining, enthusiastic. Kept my attention the entire class.” Roger Lovin, G & J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers, Inc.
Continuing education credits may be recognized by your professional board. Contact your own board to find out what’s required.
“Excellent speaker. Knowledge of content entertaining.” Danny Cain, Edwards Moving & Rigging
“Wonderful speaker! Had my attention at all times.” Darrell Bates, Nitto Denko Automotive Kentucky, Inc. “Good use of humor. Great base of knowledge.” Ryan Hodgson, SRG Global “This is one of the best training sessions that I have ever attended. Bill is a great instructor.” Darren Kidd, Outdoor Venture Corp.
It’s not too late to take advantage of the membership discount. To learn more, call 502-695-4700 and ask for a membership representative.
our guarantee If you are not 100 percent satisfied with your seminar experience, we will refund your money.
Forklift Safety - Train the Trainer/Operator
location and lodging
$299/Kentucky Chamber Member $399/Non-member Special Offer: Send 3 and the 4th is Free!
January 21, 2014 (80923)
Contact Lori Jo Hill to take advantage. Special pricing not available online.
cancellations/substitutions Cancellations must be made no later than five business days prior to the program for a full refund. After this date, no cash refunds will be granted. Substitutions are welcome. Special accommodations made upon request.
Call Lori Jo Hill 502-695-4700, ext. 8727
Send registration form to: Kentucky Chamber 464 Chenault Road Frankfort, KY 40601
*The advertised Kentucky Chamber room rate cannot be guaranteed after the cutoff date. When contacting hotel for lodging, please specify that you are with the Kentucky Chamber of Commerceâ€™s Forklift Safety course to receive the discounted rate.
how to register
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton 2601 Richmond Road Lexington, KY 40509 Ph: 859-268-0060 Room Rate: $109* Cutoff Date: January 8, 2014
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Published on May 2, 2013