OSHA-Compliant Forklift Safety Training

Our software-based solutions provide the easiest possible way to perfom OSHA-compliant forklift safety training. You are just three easy steps from meeting OSHA's forklift operator training requirements:

  1. Install our software.
  2. Enter your facility and forklift information into easy to understand and use screens.
  3. Perform your training class and hands-on evaluations. Everything you need from manuals to tests can be printed directly from our software. We even include information on how to teach the material!

It really is that easy! Anyone can do it. All instructions are included. You can have your operators trained and in compliance in no time!

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MARBLE INSTITUTE OF AMERICA ADDS FORKLIFT TRAINING PRO TO ITS MANAGEMENT TOOLKIT SERIES

The Marble Institute of America has announced the launch of the newest edition in its popular Management Tool Kits Series; Forklift Safety Training Manual. This sixth installment of the MIA’s Management Tool Kit series, available in both English and Spanish, allows any company to customize the forklift training to their location, equipment and other site specific needs as mandated by OSHA. "I like the fact that you can customize the program to fit your shop’s situation. It is easy to use and will help keep your company in line with OSHA and their requirements," said Brian Johnson, owner of MIA Accredited Natural Stone Fabricator, Johnson Granite of Mount Airy, NC.

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OSHA TRAINING INSTITUTE APPLAUDS FORKLIFT TRAINING PRO

Rocky Mountain Education Center

“I especially like the idea that the program is completely customizable . . . Not all work areas are alike, some have railroad tracks, some have ramps, some have hazardous chemical areas to navigate in. . . . Your customizable program allows the safety manager to create a program that suits his needs precisely. This eliminates the “one size fits all” type of training and allows the [employer] to focus on specific challenges that they may find in their work area.” Joe Teeples, Director, RMEC-OTI