501c(3) Non-Profit faith based Charitable Outreach Organization - Company Message
POWER INDUSTRIAL TRUCK
FORKLIFT CERTIFICATION
 
This training opportunity is FEE BASED and can be paid out of pocket or through the grant process.  All applicants must meet the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) or any other grant funder’s registration requirements to qualify.
 
A power industrial truck is defined as any mobile power-propelled truck used to carry, push, pull, lift, stack, or tier materials. Powered industrial trucks can be ridden or controlled by a walker operator. As OSHA continues to prioritize forklift operator compliance, fewer companies are willing to take any chance of having uncertified operators in their work place.
 
Trained under OSHA Standards, our beginner training program is designed for the inexperienced operator to give them the theoretical classroom style instruction and practical hands on-training they need to meet the basic operational and safety requirements to be certified.
 
Upon successful completion, each student will be OSHA qualified to operate similar machines for any employer in the USA. Coming from the Heart Ministry, Inc. through Resources for Living-workforce development & training center will provide full size certificates and laminated wallet size certificates that should be carried on their persons anytime they are operating a forklift. 
 
Theses courses are offered in 3 formats, 7 days a week between 9am – 6pm
 
BEGINNER PROGRAM FORMAT 
3 day program includes:   Sit down propane, Sit down electric,
                                                    Electric pallet jack.
 
5 day program includes:   Sit down propane, Sit down electric,
                                                    Electric pallet jack, Stand-up & reach.
 
7 day program includes:   Sit down propane, Sit down electric,
                                                    Electric pallet jack, Stand-up & reach, and
                                                    cherry picker. 
 
Hands on and classroom training includes:
Picking Up, Traveling, and Placement 
Overview of Forklift Operations 
Fueling /Charging
Swinging Loads
Pre-Operational Inspection
Incline / Decline Ramps
Basic Maneuvering
Evaluation of Safe Workplace
Pallet Exercises
Types of Forklifts
Loading Dock
General Safety Rules
Loading & Unloading a Trailer
Fire Extinguishers
Stacking & Unstacking
Written Examination
Hazardous Material
  
           
   
At the end of each course a certificate on completion will be award to those who complete each course and will be recorded with our administrative department for
verification purposes.
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