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  • 5

    Train-the-Trainer Forklift Class

    "Topics were covered, answers were given, and stayed on the subject of the lifts we use in our facilities. Tim was easy to talk to and very informational"
    Amy L
  • 5

    Train-the-Trainer Forklift Class

    "Tim did a great job. Thanks!"
    Steve E
  • 5

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    Backbone ™ Protect Forklift Operators

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  • 5

    Train-the-Trainer Forklift Class

    "Very well presented and informational"
    Dave S
  • 5

    Train-the-Trainer Forklift Class

    "Did a very nice job displaying content and sharing personal stories. Could not ask for anything more! Thank you!
    Nick M
  • 5

    Train-the-Trainer Forklift Class

    "Great Trainer."
    Carrie L
  • 5

    Product Review

    Eagleye Forklift Camera System - FQEAGLEYE-B

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  • 5

    Train-the-Trainer Forklift Class

    "Very well done, lots of good information and training tips."
    Mark N
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First Quality Forklift Training is dedicated to providing our customers with the most convenient forklift certification training in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.Wisconsin (including Milwaukee, Green Bay, Madison, Waukesha, Appleton, and Wausau) and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

If you have forklift certification questions be sure to check out  Ultimate Cheat Sheet For OSHA Forklift Certification

OSHA FORKLIFT CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

1910.178(l)(2)(ii)

“Training shall consist of a combination of formal instruction (e.g., lecture, discussion, interactive computer learning, video tape, written material), practical training (demonstrations performed by the trainer and practical exercises performed by the trainee), and evaluation of the operator’s performance in the workplace.”

(the previous excerpt was take from OSHA CFR 1910.178 )

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