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FORKLIFT CERTIFICATION 

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Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee
Forklift Safety Training: Trainer and Trainee

 

Forklift Training at Your Facility

Whether you need to certify aerial or forklift operators, create a pedestrian safety program or provide refresher training, we’re here to support you. We offer:

Forklift Operator Safety Training

Forklift Safety Training

OSHA compliant on-site forklift training for forklift safety and certification.

Aerial Lift & MEWP Safety Training

Aerial Lift Safety Training

Mobile elevated work platform (MEWP) certification for your scissor lift operators.

Pedestrian Safety Training

Pedestrian Safety Training

Keep your operators and pedestrians safe with on-site pedestrian safety training.

Forklift Safety Training

Avoid expensive fines and help your associates get home safely to their families each day. Complete our training inquiry form to connect with a safety expert who can answer any questions you may have or schedule training at your facility.

OSHA-Approved Forklift Classes

We provide in-person forklift training for individuals who wish to become a forklift operator. You will be trained on sit-down counterbalanced forklifts, (electric and gas/propane – Class I, IV & V.)  We offer:

  • On-site Forklift Certification Classes
  • Refresher Training (required every 3 years or following an incident/near-miss)
  • Aerial and Scissor Lift Training and Certification
  • Forklift Trainer Certifications

Forklift Safety Training

 

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WHY FORKLIFT SAFETY TRAINING IS NECESSARY

Safety training is one of the best ways to protect your team members and prevent expensive incidents (OSHA’s minimum fine is around $10,000). The Lilly Company offers comprehensive safety training to ensure your operation complies with state and federal laws.

OSHA requires employers to provide forklift operator training for vehicle inspection and maintenance. Operators must be over 18 years of age and be recertified at least once every three years.


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