The ISO Group Behavior-Based Material Handling Equipment (MHE) Safety Operations Training (forklift type)
Material Handling Equipment (MHE) ranges from the following machinery:
- Forklift Truck
- Reach Stacker Truck
- Drum Clamp Truck
- Excavator Truck
- Reach Truck
- Empty Container Lifter Truck
- Very Narrow Aisle (VNA) Truck
- Telehandler Truck
- Backhoe Truck
- Tugger Train Truck
- Powered-Pallet Truck
- Paper-Roll Clamp Truck
- Articulated Narrow Aisle (ANA) Truck
- Shovel-Bobcat Truck
The ISO Group Behavior-Based Material Handling Equipment Safety Operations Training accredited by the American Petroleum Institute and adopted by us is an international approach to safety that focuses on safe and unsafe behaviors of staff in the workplace. Its aim is to identify, influence, and change the unsafe behaviors that exist in the workplace, or reinforce the safe behaviors already established. Common Forklift Operations Training only conveys Safety Compliance Rules and Dos & Don’ts.
This training goes beyond common Forklift Safety Training as it integrates the latest behavioral research findings with a person-focused approach. The system teaches four critical skills – Acting, Coaching, Thinking and Seeing. When operators master all of the skills, they become responsible for their own and co-workers safety.
The MHE Equipment available for training comprises of the following. A customized training approach for each individual equipment and work environment is being engaged to ensure a comprehensive training.
- To deliver a good understanding for new recruits as well as veteran drivers on the principles of safe forklift operation, the types and its operation procedures.
- To emphasize on safety awareness towards workplace hazards which arise from the use of forklift in accordance with the legal safety requirements under OSHA 1994 (Act 514) standard.
- To train and reveal the important issues that involve truck driving such as machines and technical knowledge, handling skills and the correct operational attitudes.
- To assist operators in enable them to identify and avoid risk from surrounding people and the safeguard of fixed assets and goods lifted.
- To motivate operators to become well trained operators to perform better thus contributing in reducing the risk of damage to goods, equipments and human.
- To produce a highly skilled forklift operators with safety practice to become the most valuable asset for the company’s mission.
- Lectures & Handout Notes with Q&A, Foreign language – Translators (Optional)
- Accident Pictures & Video shows with discussions
- Activity – Case studies discussion and presentation
- Pre / Post Objective Theory Tests
- Basic Knowledge of Forklift Trucks (Function/ Definition of Forklift Trucks, Types of Forklift, General View of Forklift, Attachments)
- Operator’s Daily Maintenance and Component Checklist
- Application and Selection of Forklift & Attachment (Fork Positioner)
- Common Abuse of Forklift
- Difference between Forklift and Ordinary Trucks
- Stability of Forklift (Load Center, Combined Center of Gravity, Counterbalance of Forklift, Load Capacity Chart
- Safety Management and OSHA
- Two-steps Loading and Stacking & Unloading
- Safe Load Handling
- Ramps and Loading Bay
- Safe Operations Onboard Ships, Vessel and near Wharfs
- Cargo Handling Signs and Symbols
- The Know-How of the Forklift
- Case Studies of Forklift Related Accidents
- Pre-Operation Maintenance Check of the Forklift