|0830 – 0930||COURSE INTRODUCTION|
Aims and objectives of the course. Introduce instructors / students. Outline of the training. To understand the safe operation and effective use of a fork lift truck in the work place. The course will cover parts of the H.A.S.A.W. Act, M.H.S. Regs, P.U.W.E.R./L.O.L.E.R. regulations and with a guidance of, A.C.O.P.L117. The HSC Accrediting bodies forum 2000.
|0930 – 1030||STABILITY OF A F.L.T. and a PRE-USE INSPECTION|
How to carry out a daily inspection. Basic fault finding. FLT safety devices. Causes of lateral/longitudinal tip over.
|1030 – 1215||INTRODUCTION TO and PRE-USE INSPECTION|
Introduction to the truck. Instructor will
carry out a pre use check.
Moving the truck in forwards and in reverse. Turning 90 degrees to both sides of the truck
|1215 – 1300||LUNCH|
|1300 – 1440||MANOEUVRING LESSON 1|
Driving an unladen truck round a course using the pivot point to turn the truck in an open and confined area forwards and reverse.
|1440 – 1530||MANOEUVERING LESSON 2|
Driving a laden truck around a set course of a figure of eight in an open and confined area forwards and reverse.
|1530 – 1630||MANOEUVERING LESSON 3 INTRO to HYDRAULICS|
Driving laden/unladen, forwards and reverse through a chicane. Safe use of hydraulics
|1630 – 1700||COURSE DISPERSAL / COURSE DEBRIEF|
Informing the trainees of what was learnt and what is expected of them on day two.