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Forklift Operator Training

Modern Training Department
☎️ 732-738-9200  | 📠 732-738-6697  


We also offer monthly classes open to the public at Modern Branches

Remaining 2018 Classes (2019 Class Schedule Released in December)


The Reasons Why Modern is Your Preferred Training Partner

  • Reduce your insurance cost
  • Lower your worker’s compensation expenses
  • Lower liability exposure
  • Lower product damage and improve equipment performance
  • Increase cycle times with proper training
  • Improve equipment performance by expanding operator knowledge
  • Meet OSHA 29CFR 1910.178 guidelines and ANSI B56.1 standards
  • OSHA Compliance
 

  Forklift Training

OSHA and industry standards require
operator and mechanical training on most
access and material handling equipment.
At Modern we provide complete customized
training sessions on all  of our equipment
lines and for other manufacturers’ products.

Public Training ClassesPublic Training Classes At Modern Branches
Includes classroom training, hands-on exercises, and student training manuals 

  • Operator Training– All types of Powered Industrial Trucks (PIT), Rough Terrain Forklifts, and almost all Earthmoving Equipment
  • Train the Trainer– All types of Powered Industrial Trucks (PIT), Rough Terrain Forklifts, and almost all Earthmoving Equipment. Allows you to develop your own in-house trainer  
  • Compliance Training for Operators (ANSI/SIA A92.3, A92.5, & A92.6)  
  • Call about Technician Training 1-800-8-MODERN
  • OSHA Reg. 1910.178, Section L  
  • Specialized Operator Training on Electrical Warehouse Products: Narrow Aisle Order Pickers, Walkie/ Walkie Riders, Operator Up / Turret Trucks, Aerial Work Platforms
  • Please call to learn more about customized training programs to meet your fleet requirements
  • Most Classes offered in Spanish
Reduce Cost with Training
Your costs are reduced when operators are properly trained on the equipment they are operating, as they will have a better understanding of exactly how to run the machine and what the machine’s capabilities are. This knowledge avoids costly mistakes that are common when operators assume a machine can perform a task that it may not have been designed to do. When operators understand how to properly operate and maintain a machine, the equipment receives better care thus protecting your investment, and not to mention increasing its longevity and operates more efficiently.
 
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