What Will I Learn?

  • OSHA operator requirements
  • How to conduct a forklift inspection
  • Operator and pedestrian hazards
  • Dynamics of top-over
  • Steering and maneuvering
  • Electrical and engine powered counterbalanced (standard warehouse style) vertical mast forklifts
  • Safe procedures and maintenance

Be prepared to perform satisfactorily on equipment as a forklift operator during training.

Description

OSHA requires all personnel be certified to drive a forklift and most employers throughout the U.S. are requesting previous forklift operator training or certification. The demand for trucking and warehousing services is expected to increase in Idaho. Let us help you not only comply with OSHA regulations but get the job you want.

This 1-day certification course is designed to provide participants with classroom training along with a practical confirmation of Forklift Operators with limited or extensive experience in handling forklift trucks. This course teaches forklift operators to operate in a safe and efficient manner which includes a written theory/practical exam.

Walk Away With:

  • Authorized operator status that will legally allow you to train and operate forklifts on the job
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site
  • Certification of Completion provided by CSI Workforce Development and Training
  • Forklift Operator Certification (valid for 3 years anywhere in the United States)

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for new drivers or drivers with little experience and/or no certification.

Instructor Bio

Davy Gadd
Davy Gadd brings a unique skill set to the Workforce Development and Training team at the College of Southern Idaho. Through combining his experiences as a teacher and over 15 years in commercial/residential construction, he has become an effective safety instructor. The past six years he was the senior safety consultant for Northern California’s leading OSHA safety training center and Turner Safety.

What Will I Learn?

  • OSHA operator requirements
  • How to conduct a forklift inspection
  • Operator and pedestrian hazards
  • Dynamics of top-over
  • Steering and maneuvering
  • Electrical and engine powered counterbalanced (standard warehouse style) vertical mast forklifts
  • Safe procedures and maintenance

Be prepared to perform satisfactorily on equipment as a forklift operator during training.

Description

OSHA requires all personnel be certified to drive a forklift and most employers throughout the U.S. are requesting previous forklift operator training or certification. The demand for trucking and warehousing services is expected to increase in Idaho. Let us help you not only comply with OSHA regulations but get the job you want.

This 1-day certification course is designed to provide participants with classroom training along with a practical confirmation of Forklift Operators with limited or extensive experience in handling forklift trucks. This course teaches forklift operators to operate in a safe and efficient manner which includes a written theory/practical exam.

Walk Away With:

  • Authorized operator status that will legally allow you to train and operate forklifts on the job
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site
  • Certification of Completion provided by CSI Workforce Development and Training
  • Forklift Operator Certification (valid for 3 years anywhere in the United States)

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for new drivers or drivers with little experience and/or no certification.

Instructor Bio

Davy Gadd
Davy Gadd brings a unique skill set to the Workforce Development and Training team at the College of Southern Idaho. Through combining his experiences as a teacher and over 15 years in commercial/residential construction, he has become an effective safety instructor. The past six years he was the senior safety consultant for Northern California’s leading OSHA safety training center and Turner Safety.

What Will I Learn?

  • OSHA operator requirements
  • How to conduct a forklift inspection
  • Operator and pedestrian hazards
  • Dynamics of top-over
  • Steering and maneuvering
  • Electrical and engine powered counterbalanced (standard warehouse style) vertical mast forklifts
  • Safe procedures and maintenance

Be prepared to perform satisfactorily on equipment as a forklift operator during training.

Description

OSHA requires all personnel be certified to drive a forklift and most employers throughout the U.S. are requesting previous forklift operator training or certification. The demand for trucking and warehousing services is expected to increase in Idaho. Let us help you not only comply with OSHA regulations but get the job you want.

This 1-day certification course is designed to provide participants with classroom training along with a practical confirmation of Forklift Operators with limited or extensive experience in handling forklift trucks. This course teaches forklift operators to operate in a safe and efficient manner which includes a written theory/practical exam.

Walk Away With:

  • Authorized operator status that will legally allow you to train and operate forklifts on the job
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site
  • Certification of Completion provided by CSI Workforce Development and Training
  • Forklift Operator Certification (valid for 3 years anywhere in the United States)

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for new drivers or drivers with little experience and/or no certification.

Instructor Bio

Davy Gadd
Davy Gadd brings a unique skill set to the Workforce Development and Training team at the College of Southern Idaho. Through combining his experiences as a teacher and over 15 years in commercial/residential construction, he has become an effective safety instructor. The past six years he was the senior safety consultant for Northern California’s leading OSHA safety training center and Turner Safety.