Operator Training

Give your productivity a lift

What use is the most innovative technology if it cannot be handled properly? Only someone who masters his working equipment perfectly can work effectively and safely. This is why STILL has developed a special forklift truck driver training concept for its customers.

Not least because we regard 15,000 forklift truck accidents a year as too many. Ensure greater safety, efficiency and care of the materials in your warehouse - with the first class, officially recognised driver training from STILL.

Basic training
The basic skills and knowledge required for safe operation.

Specific job training
Knowledge of the workplace and experience in handling attachments.

Familiarisation training

Operation on the job under close supervision.


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Course Information

  • You will be properly trained in the equipment and procedures.
  • You will be trained to work at maximum efficiency and highest levels of safety.
  • All training is carried out by fully qualified instructors and results in relevant qualifications such as RTITB certification.
  • Training facilities provided at local STILL hubs or at business premises.
Driver training

Standard courses include:

  • Novice operator – 3 to 5 day courses for complete beginners.
  • Basic courses for operators with no formal training.
  • Refresher and conversion courses for experienced operators.
  • Bespoke courses can be organised – please enquire.
Driver training

Courses include:

  • Counterbalance Truck RTITB Certificate
  • Reach Truck RTITB Certificate
  • Narrow Aisle/Man Up/Man Down RTITB Certificate
  • Pedestrian Ride-on Pallet Truck
Driver Training

Legislation

Regulation 9 of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) requires that:

"Every employer shall ensure that all persons who use work equipment have received adequate training for purposes of health and safety, including training in the methods which may be adopted when using the work equipment, any risks which such use may entail and precautions to be taken".

The Health and Safety Commission in June 1999 approved the revision of the Code of Practice entitled Rider-operated lift trucks: Operator training. This version of the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) identifies three stages of training that comply with the legislation outlined above.

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