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Lift and move material & equipment with a forklift

Forklifts are best used in unloading pallets of blocks/bricks, steel joists, and construction equipment and materials, especially in hauling them from the delivery truck and carrying them to the site. Warehouses – Forklift trucks are commonly used in warehouse operations as well.

Is your forklift driver certified?


A forklift is an industrial vehicle that has a power-operated platform at the front. It has a fork that can be raised/lowered and inserted underneath a cargo for lifting and moving purposes. Forklifts can be powered by combustion engines or electrical batteries.

There are forklift varieties that allow operators to sit when driving the vehicle, while there are others that require the driver to stand (standup forklifts). Forklifts are generally used in the transportation of goods and materials.

Forklift trucks have revolutionized the storage and shipping of goods in various workplaces. Since they were invented in the dawn of the 20th century, forklifts have become the integral machine in industrial workplaces, including; Dockyards, recycling facilities, construction sites, and warehouses

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • Explain the specific requirements to lifting securing a transferring and positioning loads

  • Prepare for lifting securing transferring and positioning of loads

  • Operate the forklift

  • Perform post lifting securing transferring and positioning activities

  • Forklift Quiz

Forklift traffic area keep clear
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R.I.T.E. safety at the R.I.T.E. time

OHS (Occupational health and Safety)  is for EVERY type of business!

Keeping workplaces safe is a number one priority for any business. Our safety inductions and training mean your workforce is qualified, inducted and assessed before they even step on site – in compliance with local legislative and regulator requirements.

We also can help you with all your safety requirements:

Management Services  | Compliance and Safety kits

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