Rough Terrain Forklift Operator

    Rough Terrain Forklift Operator

    Course Overview

    In this Rough Terrain Forklift online certification prep course, we will prepare you for your C4 Forklift Operation Certificate. You will get in-depth instruction on how to operate a forklift on rougher-than-normal terrains. We will focus on how to maintain your forklift's stability and handling, as well as how to lift loads properly. You will also be taught the general safety rules, proper inspection criteria and how to safely fuel your forklift.

    Intended Audience

    This online course is meant for forklift operators, site safety engineers and managers in charge of following job site safety regulations.

    • Rough Terrain Forklift Operators
    • Site Safety Managers
    • Site Safety Engineers

    Learning Objectives

    In this ClickSafety Rough Terrain Forklift certification prep course, you will learn rough terrain forklift safety. You should be able to discuss the operational parts of the rough terrain lift, the center of gravity (lift and load) and stability characteristics (pyramid). When you finish this course you will receive a course completion certificate.

    Note: In order to receive your C4 Forklift Operation Certification, you must take and pass a performance evaluation given by your employer at your job site.

    Course Topics

    • Inspection Criteria
    • Operational Characteristics
    • Handling and Placing Loads
    • Stability
    • Fueling
    • General Safety Rules
    • Driver Evaluations

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • Forklift Truck
    • Fork Truck
    • Handling Loads
    • Placing Loads
    • Lift Stability
    • Inspection Criteria
    • C4 Forklift Hazards

    Features and Benefits

    Once you take ClickSafety’s Rough Terrain Forklift course, you will be better prepared and informed on how to work safely and correctly with a forklift [not without some practical experience on the lift itself]. Learn how to:

    • Perform a detailed pre-shift inspection that includes all parts of the lift
    • Properly operate a forklift to avoid death or injury
    • Take responsibility for the safe operation of the forklift
    2185 N. California Blvd, Suite 425, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
    Call: 800.971.1080