Specify your type of Forklift Training
The BestQuote Forklift Training service helps you locate the best training provider for your needs.
Our easy 3 step process starts by showing you the various types of forklfts that you can be trained for, such as counterbalance, reach trucks, narrow aisle lift trucks, side-loaders, telehanders, pallet stackers and order pickers.
Simply select the type you need training for.
Search for Training Providers
Your forklift training requirements will then be reviewed by our BestQuote team and the details run through our system to shortlist training providers in your area that will be able to provide you with the best training for your needs.
You can specify either operator training or training to be a forklift trainer.
Simply select what you need.
Select the Best Trainng Providers
To ensure that you get the BestQuote, we aim to shortlist 3 or 4 forklift training providers for you and will give you their contact details and ask them to contact you directly with quotes for the type of training you have specified.
By having quotes from several forklift training providers you will be best placed to make up your own mind as to which one is giving you the BestQuote.
Simply select the BestQuote.
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Tips for Telehandler Training in and around Bury BL00
While you are investigating Telehandler Training in and around Bury BL00 it may be helpful to know that general safety in the use of pallet racking will be improved if the training emphasises that side shifting of loads against the rack frame or against other loads should be avoided.
Whilst you are looking for Telehandler Training in and around Bury BL00 you might like to be aware that a lift truck driver working at a sawmill was fined £1,750 after an incident in which he was driving a lift truck with a stack of 12 modular sheds. The sheds obscured the drivers vision and as a result he hit a fellow employee with the load causing a fractured pelvis, cuts and bruises. It is important that individuals are aware that they, as well as their employer, have duties under the law to take reasonable care of the health and safety of others who may be affected by their acts or omissions at work. In this case the employer had employed an in-house lift truck trainer and the driver had received regular refresher training and re-testing and as a result it was the employee not the employer that was fined for this incident.
While looking into Telehandler Training in and around Bury BL00 you might like to be aware that a newspaper distribution company was fined £125,000 after a van driver suffered severe head injuries when he was hit in the head by a reversing lift truck with a raised load. It was found that the lift truck driver had reversed without looking.