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Ohio lift truck carry the following new and used forklifts Ohio, through a network of 11 forklift Columbus Ohio dealers that connect you to over 1,500 forklifts in inventory. Our dealers are knowledgeable about Ohio forklifts training and OSHA requirements. While training is often viewed as time consuming and expensive, as the rules are not strictly enforced, if you have an Ohio fork lift accident, OSHA will investigate and may charge significant fines if you have not followed the procedures. Each year, thousands of injuries related to Ohio forklifts occur.

Employees are hurt when Ohio forklifts fall between docks and a trailer, Ohio lift trucks are driven off loading docks, they are hit by an Ohio forklift, or when they fall while on raised pallets. Many accidents involve damage to property, including to the forklift Columbus Ohio itself. The root cause is often a lack of safe operating procedures, lack of safety-rule enforcement, and inadequate training. Hence, operator training for a forklift Columbus Ohio is a must. The training includes three elements: formal (classroom-type) training, practical (site-specific, hands-on) training and an evaluation of the operator’s skill. The training can be provided by anyone who has knowledge and experience operating a forklift Cleveland. The training can be developed by your company as long as they follow Ohio forklift codes. Following the initial test, the employee needs to be tested every three years to ensure they are still operating the Ohio forklift properly. This training and the evaluation need to be retained and documented and should include the name of the operator, date of the training and the person who trained and evaluated. Note that there is not a specific license that is required to operate a forklift Cleveland, just documentation that it occurred. Remember it is a violation of Federal law for anyone under 18 years of age to operate an Ohio lift trucks or for anyone over 18 years of age who is not properly trained and certified to do so.

Our network of Cincinnati forklift dealers are available to help you find the forklift Cleveland that best meets your company’s needs and we will connect you to several established, reputable and OSHA certified dealers in your area.