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HOW TO GET A FORKLIFT LICENSE OR FORKLIFT CERTIFICATION

| News and Announcements, Training | September 26, 2018

Forklift Certification, sometimes referred to as forklift licensing, is a requirement of any operator of forklifts in a given workplace. While it’s an employer’s responsibility to provide training, we’ve found that operators are the ones that have the most at stake in forklift training programs. They are often the associates who ask the best questions when it comes to making sure they’re in compliance with OSHA forklift training standards.

Three Reminders about Forklift Certification

  1. THE OSHA CERTIFICATION... READ MORE

Forklift Drivers Training

Forklift Driver Training – Is a Train-The-Trainer Course right for your company?

| News and Announcements, Training | April 26, 2017

Bell Fork Lift understands that companies which work on varying job sites, have substantial operator turnover, multiple locations, or unique operations benefit from in-house trainers. This class gives you the right and the ability to train others in compliance with OSHA standards.   Upon completion of the course, you receive a comprehensive Instructor Training Manual, complete with interactive programs, certificates, and step-by-step guidance so you have the confidence to train others. Bell Fork Lift offers train-the-trainer courses for forklifts,... READ MORE

Servicing Your Forklift: How Often

| Equipment, General, How-To | January 25, 2013

You will hear from lift truck maintenance companies that a Forklift will need to be serviced based on usage intervals.
  • LP Forklift hours are often listed by running hours, the time the key switch is in the “on” position.
  • Electric lift trucks usually have maintenance intervals are based on hydraulic/drive motor running hours..
Internal Combustion Lift Trucks Maintenance Schedule **Per OSHA, Forklift Driver inspections must be completed per shift** Forklifts items that should be serviced every 250... READ MORE

SAS – System of Active Stability

| News and Announcements | May 5, 2012

IRVINE, Calif.– In a recent Peerless Media Research survey on Lift Truck Safety Considerations, Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., Inc. (TMHU), the nation’s leading forklift supplier, took top billing as the lift truck customers consider safest. Toyota also ranked highest in an evaluation of what specific brand prospective lift truck purchasers consider to:  
  • Have the fewest safety-related incidents
  • Be the most affordable to maintain in terms of safety
  • Be of the best overall quality, based on all the factors,... READ MORE

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