Forklift Training Downloads
Forklift Training Exam

Forklift Training Exam
Handout

Handout
Forklift Safety Poster

Forklift Safety Poster
Operator Evaluation Checklist

Operator Evaluation Checklist
Forklift Damage Inspection Checklist
Forklift Damage Inspection Checklist
Training/Certification Sign-in Sheet
Training/Certification Sign-in Sheet
Forklift Training Powerpoint

Forklift Training Powerpoint
Operator Evaluation Checklist

Operator Evaluation Checklist
Forklift Training FAQ

Which forklift training programs are OSHA certified?

Does every employee need to carry a wallet card 'license'?

Do forklift operators need to document their forklift inspections?

Does OSHA require annual refresher training?

Who can conduct the training and evaluation?

Forklift Training Videos - Sample Clips
The Forklift Workshop DVD Training Video Forklift Workshop DVD
Ultimate HPC: FORKLIFTS Training DVD Kit Forklift Workshop DVD
Forklift Workshop for Construction Training DVD Forklift Workshop DVD
Forklift Safety Training Video & DVD Program Forklift Workshop DVD
Forklift Maneuvers All The Right Moves Training DVD Forklift Workshop DVD
Forklift Training: Reducing Product Damage Training Video Forklift Workshop DVD
Forklift Training Format Comparison Chart
 DVD iconDVD KitOnline Training iconOnline TrainingIn-Person training iconIn-Person TrainingFreebies iconFreebies(Powerpoint, handouts)
Price $365 $30 per employee $5000-$10000 $0
Pros
  • DVD cost effectively trains and retrains an unlimited amount of employees.
  • No trainer required, just pop in and play.
  • Video content keeps trainees engaged.
  • Very convenient, multiple employees don’t need to be pulled off the floor at once for a training session.
  • Includes both video content and an interactive quiz element to keep workers engaged.
  • More engaging than traditional training formats.
  • Can be customized to fit a companies specific work environment and equipment.
  • The only training option that can cover the ‘hands on’ and ‘evaluation’ portions of the training in addition to the “classroom’”portion of the training.
  • It’s free! Great for small companies with a small safety budget.
  • Can be customized to fit a companies specific work environment and equipment.
Cons
  • Can be difficult to pull multiple workers off the floor at once to watch the video.
  • The DVD can get lost or scratched.
  • DVD can only train workers at a single location.
  • Due to the per person pricing format, it’s expensive for large companies that need to train hundreds or thousands of employees.
  • By far the most expensive training medium.
  • Administering refresher training as well as initial training for new employees can be a logistical nightmare.
  • Comprehensiveness can be lacking. The presentation may not cover all of OSHA’s ‘essential training topics’ and thereby may not provide compliance.
  • The walls of text and low resolution images commonly found in powerpoints do a poor job of keeping employees engaged.