Forklift Workshop Training Video on DVD by JJ Keller by JJ Keller

Forklift Workshop Training Video on DVD by JJ Keller
 
  • SKU: 42106
  • Copyright: 2010
  • Runtime: 35 mins
  • Producer: JJ Keller
What's in The Box
  • (1) 35 Minute Training DVD
  • (1) Trainers Guide
  • (10) Proof Of Training Wallet Cards
  • (1) Forklift Safety Poster
  • (1) Forklift Operator Evaluation Form
  • (1) Forklift Operator Daily Checklist
  • (1) Certificate of Training - Classroom
  • (1) Certificate of Training - Operational
  • Safety Checklist (On CD-ROM)
  • Classroom excercises (On CD-ROM)
  • Excercises For The Workplace (On CD-ROM)
  • Obstacle Courses (On CD-ROM)
  • 70 Question Quiz with answer key (On CD-ROM)
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The Forklift Workshop Training DVD

J. J. Keller’s The Forklift Workshop is a new, innovative approach to educating forklift operators — new and veteran — on proper forklift safety procedures, as required by OSHA’s 29 CFR Section 1910.178(l). In this JJ Keller forklift training video, your operators will watch an engaging DVD video presentation, demonstrating proper forklift techniques in action. Then, you’ll be able to reinforce their learning using hands-on practice tools, exercises and learning activities. Designed to address the training needs of forklift operators with any level of experience, this easy-to-use training program helps you fulfill the classroom training requirements of OSHA 1910.178(l) and offers guidelines and tools for conducting practical training.

J. J. Keller's The Forklift Workshop training program covers:

  • Forklift basics (types, rear steering, turning radius, combined center of gravity and the stability triangle, load center and controls)
  • Inspecting your forklift
  • Picking up a load
  • Traveling with a load
  • Placing a load
  • Working in a truck, trailer or rail car
  • Charging and refueling
  • Maintenance and modification
  • Specialized units and attachments
  • Hazardous locations and forklift types
  • Lifting employees

DVD Main Menu

  • Play Program - Plays entire main program (running time: 35 minutes)
  • Chapter Selections – Allows easy access to specific subtopics for more focused training.
    • Introduction
    • Forklift Basics - Types of forklifts; rear steering; turning radius; forklift capacity and nameplate information; load center; combined center of gravity and the stability triangle; controls
    • Inspecting Your Forklift - Pre-operation inspection; operational inspection
    • Picking up a Load - Mounting and dismounting; seatbelt use and tipovers; know your load (weight, dimensions, shape); steps for picking up a load
    • Traveling with a Load - Keeping the load/forks low when traveling; visibility; speed limits; floor hazards; driving on ramps and inclines with/without a load; staying safe around the edges of ramps and inclines; railroad tracks; traveling with other forklifts; stunt driving and horseplay; dealing with pedestrians and co-workers
    • Placing a Load - Looking for hazards/clearances; steps to placing a load
    • Parking a Forklift - Leaving a forklift “attended” and “unattended”
    • Working in a Truck, Trailer or Railcar - Inspections; using dock plates; securing the truck or trailer; carbon monoxide and hazardous emissions
    • Charging and Refueling - PPE; electric forklifts; LPG; gas and diesel
    • Maintenance and Modifications - Regular inspections; routine checks and preventative maintenance; what operators need to know about forklift modifications
    • Conclusion
  • Bonus materials - Total running time: approximately 40 minutes
    • Specialized Units and Attachments (running time: 5 minutes)
      Introduces safety information on standup rider trucks (counter balanced rider units, narrow aisle units, pallet trucks or platform pallet trucks); high-lift order pickers; powered hand trucks (pallet jacks, hand trucks); and being aware of how attachments affect your forklift.
    • Frequently Asked Questions (running time: 8 minutes)
    • What's Wrong With This Picture (running time: 6 minutes)
    • Quiz (running time: 10 minutes)
    • Note To Trainer (running time: 5 minutes)
    • Previews (running time: 6 minutes)
  • Format: DVD
  • Language: English or Spanish (Closed-Captioned)
  • Length: 35 mins.
  • Old SKU: English (427-DVD), Spanish (427-DVD-S)

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J. J. Keller® EyeCue® Visual Learning System

 

Reinforce your safety and compliance training throughout the workplace with J. J. Keller® training programs featuring the newJ. J. Keller® EyeCue® Visual Learning System.

The EyeCue® system is a whole new way of training, and how it works is easy:

  1. Train employees using J. J. Keller® programs enhanced with EyeCue® icons shown at key training points throughout the program.
  2. Identify areas in your company to place the corresponding EyeCue® tags where employee recall of those training lessons is critical.
  3. Reinforce the lessons by encouraging employees to associate the tags with the related J. J. Keller® training for greater retention.

 


 

EyeCue® DVD Upgrade Package includes:

EyeCue Visual Learning System

  • (1) EyeCue® DVD - Main program video enhanced with EyeCue® system
  • (1) EyeCue® Trainer Guide - Topic-specific guide explains how to effectively use and incorporate the EyeCue® Visual Learning System, 16 pages
  • (1) EyeCue® Poster - Topic-specific poster provides a daily reminder of the training lessons related to each EyeCue® tag. 17" x 22", non-laminated, folded. (Laminated version sold separately.)
  • (1) EyeCue® Tag Pack - Set of forklift-specific tags, magnets, stickers, floor signs and window clings for use in your workplace. Includes:
    • (10) Stickers - Forklift Stability Triangle Reminder, 3" x 4"
    • (10) Magnets - Forklift Inspection Checklist Reminder, 3" x 4"
    • (10) Tags - Forklift Tip Over Hazard Reminder, 3" x 4"
    • (5) Window Clings - Forklift Intersection Hazard Reminder, 4" x 5"
    • (5) Floor Labels - Forklift Intersection Hazard Reminder, 8" x 9"
    • (5) Stickers - Forklift Operating Safely On Loading Dock Reminder, 8" x 9"
    • (10) Miniature Zip Ties, 8"

To order EyeCue® DVD Upgrade, select the appropriate option above and add to cart.
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What's in The Box

What's In The Box

  • (1) 35 Minute Training DVD
  • (1) Trainers Guide
  • (10) Proof Of Training Wallet Cards
  • (1) Forklift Safety Poster
  • (1) Forklift Operator Evaluation Form
  • (1) Forklift Operator Daily Checklist
  • (1) Certificate of Training - Classroom
  • (1) Certificate of Training - Operational
  • Safety Checklist (On CD-ROM)
  • Classroom excercises (On CD-ROM)
  • Excercises For The Workplace (On CD-ROM)
  • Obstacle Courses (On CD-ROM)
  • 70 Question Quiz with answer key (On CD-ROM)
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Video Transcript

They're everywhere, call them what you will: forklifts, lift trucks, tow motors, powered industrial trucks - they are among the most common pieces of equipment in the workplace. What would we do without them. Imagine having to lift and stock all those heavy loads by hand. I don't even wanna think about it. But the thing is, this work course can also be dangerous. There are thousands of forklift related injuries each year, some of them resulting in fatalities. On one hand, forklift have the awesome power to lift and move the heaviest object, on the other hand all that power comes with the potential to do some serious damage. So the more you know about how forklifts operate the better equipped you'd be to stay safe and to keep those around you safe.

Let's review some key information. I know you may have heard it before but we can all use a refresher from time to time, right? We'll cover;

  • Forklift Basics 
  • How to Inspect Forklift
  • Guidelines for Picking Up, Traveling with, and Placing a Load
  • Rules for Parking a Forklift
  • What to do when loading or unloading a Truck, Trailer or Railcar
  • The essentials of charging a Battery or Refueling a Forklift
  • What you should know about Forklift Maintenance and Modifications

There's a lot to know but as a forklift operator you need to know it. All you have to do is look around and see that there are many classes and type of forklifts or powered industrial trucks. If you have operated a forklift before you know they're not like automobiles. For one thing, they steer with the rear wheels, the exact opposite of most vehicles and a concept that could take new operators some getting used to. Because they steer from the rear, forklifts can turn a much tighter circle than a car.

Speaking of balance, every forklift operator needs to constantly think about keeping their unit from tipping. A forklift works on essentially the same principle as a tidder todder, the weight of the load on the forks must be counter balanced by the weight of the forklift body. Simple enough, but how do you know how much of a load your forklift can handle. You also need to be aware of two other concepts: 

  • Center of Gravity
  • Stability Triangle

Just what is this stability triangle? Forklift use a three point suspension system that runs along in an imaginary line between the two front tires and the center of the rear axle. We've covered turning radius, combined center of gravity, the stability triangle, load center, controls, you've got the basic operating concept. Now a second closer look at the machine itself. No matter how busy you are, you're required to inspect your vehicle for defects at least daily before placing it in service or if you're vehicle operator on the clock, at the end of every shift. Given the heavy load that forklift carries even a small defect can lead to a serious crash.

Let's take a look how easy it is for forklift to tip especially when handling a load so lets look at some safety precautions to avoid troubles before you pick up that load. First, remember the basics, wear any required personal protective equipment. Set the width of the fork as far afar as possible under the load to evenly distribute the weight. You wanna keep the center of gravity, well, center. When you operate a forklift you always need to pay close attention to what's going on around you, that's especially true when you're travelling. Let's look at some general rules for moving and maneuvering safely. The first rule, the lower the load the more stable. It's maybe not in your job description but you need to make sure that the truck you're loading or unloading is stable and properly secured and the engine is shut-off before you begin. You're the one who's at risk if there's a problem.

How your unit is powered, you may need to refuel, charge or change battery or cylinder during your shift. This should only be done in designated areas and only by someone who's been properly trained. Do I need to tell you that no one should ever smoke in this area? The keywords;

  • Smell
  • Listen
  • Look

You can also use a solution. In addition to the daily inspections you conduct on your forklift, your company will have authorized personnel performed routine checks of preventative maintenance to keep the forklift in safe operating condition. Do your part, pay attention to how your unit operates.

Forklifts are powerful tools that do the heavy lifting needed to keep businesses like yours moving. They are also dangerous machines unless they are operated by skilled, responsible operators. It's up to you to know and follow the rules of safe forklift operation to avoid any problems that might endanger your safety or the safety of your co-workers.

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