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Forklift Academy created affordable forklift certification solutions for companies and individuals to comply with OSHA Rules and Regulations. Our training solutions include convenient online training, in person training at our training centers, on-site training at your location, and a master trainer’s kit for companies to establish and run their own program effortlessly. Our mission is to improve safety awareness for companies by providing effective and practical forklift training to ensure compliance with Federal regulations and to help companies avoid penalties and expenses associated with OSHA inspections. The company has been in the safety business for fifteen years helping companies with their safety needs. Our main office is centrally located in Southern California, with several locations throughout the US including Texas, Florida, Georgia, etc. Our qualified trainers cover the rest of the country on a regular basis. Our main goal is to provide comprehensive, effective, and affordable forklift safety training to help companies comply with Federal and State Laws

Locations in LA, Houston, Atlanta, Miami, Reno, Dallas, Bakersfield, San Diego.

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ON-LINE TRAINING

The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 includes a provision that states, “only trained and authorized operators will be permitted to operate a powered industrial truck.” The 1-2 hour online forklift evaluation training course will allow you to become a certified forklift operator in compliance with OSHA laws.

US TRAINING CENTERS

Forklift Academy offers classroom training in business markets around the United States. This classroom training is designed to help get your staff the safety training certification they need to be OSHA compliant. Our experienced trainers help ensure your operators are fully safety trained and complete the coursework and testing required for their forklift certifications. Forklift Certification training are OSHA accepted and valid for 3 years.

ON-SITE TRAINING

The Forklift Academy offers private, on-site training designed to help you get your staff the safety training certification they need to be OSHA compliant. Our experienced trainers can help ensure your operators are fully safety trained and complete the coursework and testing required for their forklift certification. The Price will depend on the number of people (more people more affordable), and location. We have qualified instructors across the USA ready to travel to your job site. Our Forklift Certification training are OSHA accepted and valid for 3 years.

TRAIN THE TRAINER

Complete OSHA Compliance Forklift Certification training kit includes, a CD power point presentation, FREE Forklift Operator Training Video, instructor guide, new OSHA regulation, forklift compliance and operator guide, daily inspection checklist, attendance sheet, written & driving tests, certificates (20), and wallet cards (20).

Locations in LA, Houston, Atlanta, Miami, Reno, Dallas, Bakersfield, San Diego.

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OSHA COMPLIANT GUARDRAIL: PROTECTING WHAT MATTERS workers from slipping between the top rail and the floor. If an intermediate rail is not used, screens or mesh must be installed in between the walking/ working surface and the top rail. Guardrails must be free of components that can cause punctures, scratches or snag clothing and be able to withstand a 200-pound concentrated load along the top rail.

This is an example of guardrail that meets OSHA’s requirements (42” tall, intermediate rail at mid-point, 200-pound concentrated load and 3.5” toe board along base).

In 2017, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released its final rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems. While the final rule sought to align regulation with advancements in best practices and technology, the 513-page document ultimately left those tasked with compliance confused about how to best proceed. Given the critical role that guardrail plays in helping warehouses and distribution centers achieve compliance with this regulation, a closer examination of this essential protective equipment is merited. To begin, OSHA requires that a fall protection system be installed on any walking or working surface that is four feet or higher above a lower level. One of the most common types of fall protection equipment used in these instances is guardrail. To be considered compliant with OSHA’s regulations, the guardrail must stand 42 inches (plus or minus three inches) above the working or walking surface. An intermediate rail must be located at 21 inches (or about halfway up) on the guardrail system to prevent 4 n Forklift Safety Insert

Intermediate rails are required to carry a 150-pound concentrated load. Additionally, any guardrail system that is protecting a ledge that poses a fall risk (i.e. any instance where a tool or piece of merchandise could fall off the ledge and hit a person or piece of machinery) is required to have 3.5-inch toe board installed along its base. Facilities looking to enhance their compliance with OSHA’s rules regarding elevated walking-working surfaces should begin by investigating modular guardrail systems. Modular guardrail systems are the most versatile type of guardrail available in the material handling marketplace. Suitable for a variety of applications, the pipe and fitting construction is durable enough to withstand the demands of the most rugged environment. Applications include (but are certainly not limited to) fall protection around open shafts, roof edges, mezzanines, work platforms, loading docks and catwalks. Designed to be light weight and easy to install, the highly versatile nature of this modular rail system can be customized to a facility’s exact needs and specifications. Mostly built off-site with interchangeable rail components, the ease with which these protective systems can be installed ensures minimal disruption to a facility’s daily operations.

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Applications for guardrail also extend beyond compliance with OSHA’s fall protection regulations. The ability of what is known as “safety guardrail” to provide a strong physical and visual barrier is just one way in which warehouses and distribution centers have used this type of protective equipment to achieve greater levels of safety within their facilities. The following three examples highlight ways in which facilities can use safety guardrail as a physical barrier to protect some of their most important assets: 1. The most efficient way to prevent injuries between lift truck and pedestrian traffic is to create defined travel lanes within the facility for each party. By separating motorized and foot traffic with safety guardrail, the likelihood of collision is greatly reduced. Additionally, unencumbered by slower moving pedestrians, lift trucks can move more quickly, increasing operational efficiency. 2. One of the most effective ways to protect personnel from machinery related injuries is by using industrial machine guards around equipment that could potentially cause bodily harm. By safely guiding the casual onlooker away from a potential hazard, trained personnel can work without distraction. 3. Floor mounted, steel rack protectors are a type of guardrail that can help mitigate the damage caused from a lift truck collision with a racking or shelving unit. In addition to increasing the

storage unit’s visibility, these specialized guards are designed to absorb the impact, reducing the potential for unit and product damage. When installed correctly, guardrail systems help facilities achieve more than just compliance with OSHA’s regulations. These essential pieces of protective equipment can help facilities reduce downtime, cut workers’ compensation claims and lower insurance costs. Additionally, the strategic application of guardrail within a warehouse or distribution center can help companies achieve greater levels of protection for their employees and equipment. Companies looking to enhance their facility’s safety with guarding solutions should consider partnering with an experienced material handling solutions provider like Wildeck, Inc. Their knowledgeable and friendly staff can help companies protect the things that matter most. Headquartered in Waukesha, WI, Wildeck is the largest manufacturer of structural steel mezzanine platforms, manual and automated vertical reciprocating conveyors (VRCs), rideable material lifts (RMLs) and safety guarding products in North America. Wildeck products improve supply chain productivity and provide additional capacity, efficiency and safety in manufacturing plants, warehouses, distribution centers, third party logistics operations, automobile dealerships, retail backrooms and many other facilities. Products are available through a dedicated and experienced network of customer-service-oriented dealers and systems integrators nationwide.

Use safety guardrail to create defined travel lanes to protect your assets (equipment and personnel) from damage. June 2019

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2011 Hoist F600 Hours: 8594 Fuel Type: Diesel Tire Type: Cushion Mast: Mono Mast Attachment: Coil Ram Capacity: 60,000lbs at 40in Load Center Price: $170,000

New Hoist FR 40/60, Extendable Hours: 0 Fuel Type: Dual Tire Type: Cushion Mast: 100”/107” Attachment: Side Shift & Fork Positioner Capacity: 40,000lbs/60,000lbs Notes: Comes with Boom and Stand Price: $222,000

2019 Hoist P360 Fuel Type: Diesel Tire Type: Pneumatic Mast: 142"/144" Attachment: Side Shift & Fork Positioner Capacity: 36,000lbs at 24in Load Center Note: New truck, used mast. 250 hours on mast Price: $175,000

2014 Hoist P260 Hours: 1765 Fuel Type: Diesel Tire Type: Pneumatic Mast: 142/144 Attachment: Side Shift and Fork Positioner Capacity: 26,000lbs at 24in Load Center Price: $120,000

2013 Hoist P925

2009 Hoist Neptune Model: M300

2017 Hoist Neptune M350

2015 Hoist Neptune M250

Hours: 3,050 Fuel Type: Diesel Tire Type: Pneumatic Mast: 163 mono Attachment: 84in Coil Ram Capacity: 92,000lbs at 48in Load Center

Hours: 4,703 Fuel Type: Diesel Tire Type: Pneumatic Mast: 42 Foot Positive Lift, 10 Foot Negative Lift Attachment: 20 Foot Capacity: 30,000lbs at 96in Load Center

Hours: 3,107 Fuel Type: Diesel Tire Type: Pneumatic Mast: 42 Foot Positive Lift, 12 Foot Negative Lift Attachment: 24 ft forks Capacity: 35,000lbs at 96in Load Center

Hours: 2430 Fuel Type: Diesel Tire Type: Mast: 40 Foot Positive Lift, 12 Foot Negative Lift Attachment: 22ft forks Capacity: 25,000lbs at 96in Load Center

Price: $220,000

Price: $190,000

Price: $195,000

Price: $250,000

CONTACT

LOCATIONS

Morgan Buchart

Denver, CO

312.720.9022

Phoenix, AZ

mbuchart@ forkliftexchange.com

Fort Myers, FL Chicago, IL

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2013 Toyota 8FGCU25 Hours: 8478 Fuel Type: LP Tire Type: Cushion Mast: Triple Attachment: Side Shift Capacity: 5000lbs Location: Denver, CO Price: $12,500

2012 Caterpillar 2C6000 Hours: 13,649 Fuel Type: LP Tire Type: Cushion Mast: 199 Triple Attachment: Side Shift Capacity: 5,000 Location: Phoenix, AZ Price: $6,500

2005 Nissan PL50LP Hours: 2212 Fuel Type: LP Tire Type: Pneumatic Mast: Triple Attachment: Side Shift Capacity: 5,000 lbs Location: Phoenix, AZ Price: $13,500

2005 Toyota 7FGU25 Hours: 2,988 Fuel Type: LP Tire Type: Pneumatic Mast: 3 Stage 237 Attachment: Side Shift Capacity: 5000 Location: Chicago, IL Price: $10,000

2007 Toyota 8FGU25 Hours:4,318 Fuel type: LP Tire type:Cushion Mast specs high/low:189 Triple Attachment: Side Shift Capacity:5,000lbs Location:Chicago, IL Price: $11,500

2000 Crown RR5020-35 Hours: 7155 Fuel Type: 36v Tire Type: cushion Mast: 270 high / 119 low Attachment: Capacity: 3500 Location: Chicago, IL Price: $3,500

1995 Hyster H45XM Hours: 3115 Fuel Type: LP Tire Type: Pneumatic Mast: 189/87 Attachment: Side Shift Capacity: 4500 Location: Fort Myers, FL Price: $7,500

2008 Nissan MPL02A25LV Hours: 3,352 Fuel Type: LP Tire Type:Pneumatic Mast: 276 Quad Attachment: Side Shift Capacity: 5,000 lbs Location: Fort Myers, FL Price: $13,500

CONTACT

LOCATIONS

Morgan Buchart

Denver, CO

312.720.9022

Phoenix, AZ

mbuchart@ forkliftexchange.com

Fort Myers, FL Chicago, IL

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