ForkliftCertification.com Now Offers Free Forklift Train the Trainer Resource Guides

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The Learning Zone guides outline a step-by-step process for developing an on-site forklift training program

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Our programs are designed to navigate the system for businesses and provide a comprehensive and simple way to prepare on-site trainers, educate heavy equipment operators and evaluate the safety of workers within a company’s own operation.

ForkliftCertification.com, an online equipment training and certification website, has just introduced a collection of free resource guides for training forklift operators in OSHA compliance.

The Learning Zone area of ForkliftCertification.com provides access to five free guides, ranging in subject from Certify Your Operators to Develop a Powerful Industrial Truck Operator Training Program.

“We understand that government regulations can be confusing and cumbersome,” says Tom Wilkerson, founder of ForkliftCertification.com. “Our programs are designed to navigate the system for businesses and provide a comprehensive and simple way to prepare on-site trainers, educate heavy equipment operators and evaluate the safety of workers within a company’s own operation. OSHA compliance doesn’t need to be expensive and time-consuming. It can be accomplished correctly and, in many cases, more successfully, right in the workplace.”

ForkliftCertification.com’s programs offer state-of-the-art education at the place of business, on the actual equipment that the employee will be using. This makes for a safer, and cost-effective program. In addition, our program enables business owners to use their veteran, skilled workers to help train the less experienced operators. Running your own training program within the workplace is efficient, cost-effective and ultimately more customized to your unique safety needs.

The Learning Zone guides outline a step-by-step process for developing an on-site program. If business leaders are interested, they can access further professional advice from ForkliftCertification.com experts and utilize the website’s many online and computer-focused education programs.

The company’s forklift train the trainer certification program enables veteran aerial lift and forklift operators to train newer employees on-site. Once trainers are certified, they can utilize the Training Kit to create on-site training of aerial lift operators, or forklift operators, saving them from expensive off-site programs that cost the business lost work, overtime hours and thousands of dollars. The kit comes complete with OSHA aerial lift or forklift training tests, certificates and certification cards for employees.     

When completed, the program provides all required proof of safety training that OSHA requires, including certificates and compliance cards for employees.

ForkliftCertification.com was created in 1996 as a provider of workplace training programs. Initiated by professional rigger Tom Wilkerson, the company’s goal is to provide simplified, efficient and cost-effective forklift raining programs for businesses. Forkliftcertification.com programs are designed to offer comprehensive training by experienced, seasoned operators in the existing workplace, thereby creating a safer environment while avoiding unnecessary off-site training expenses and overtime fees. Since its inception, thousands of companies throughout the nation have utilized forkliftcertification.com programs, including Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. For more information about the forklift, aerial lift & scissor lift training program, visit http://www.ForkliftCertification.com

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