Forklift Certification - Boise
Having highly trained forklift operators increases your productivity and reduces accidents and facility/product damage.
For the best corporate training programs in the business, call Raymond West at (800) 675-2500
OSHA Forklift CertificationPursuant to section 1910.178(i)( 6) of OSHA's Powered Industrial Trucks standard, all employees that operate a forklift or motorized pallet jack need to be completely trained, certified and tested in order to operate that specific equipment. Moreover, those workers must be recertified every 3 years, or in the event of an accident, job deficiency or equipment change.
Forklift Operator TrainingHiring and training good workers can be difficult, especially in the material handling industry which has been dealing with a shortage of qualified workers for the last several years. Providing high quality training can go a long way toward improving recruitment, retention and morale. Safety on the Move ®, Raymond's next generation forklift operator training program, has helped many companies to protect their employees, lift trucks, and products since its introduction.
When you train your forklift operators in the right manner you can amplify your efficiency and productivity throughout every workday. Operators that know their equipment thoroughly generally take more interest in proper maintenance. Disciplined teams also have fewer accidents, resulting in less damage to your facilities, equipment, product and racks.
Pedestrian TrainingIn any material handling operation, all employees need to be completely aware all the time, not just the equipment operators. To that end, Raymond has painstakingly put together a lift truck pedestrian course that will ensure your workers are highly conscious of their surroundings. Our Steps To Safety ™: Pedestrian Safety in a Material Handling Environment program allows organizations to teach pedestrians how to take responsibility in active lift truck areas and maintain productive and safety conscious surroundings. In this training, pedestrians learn to be aware of their surroundings, visual signaling, and best practices to prevent injuries and accidents.
The Steps To Safety program is the result of repeated requests for help from Raymond customers in addressing their employer-based pedestrian training needs. Steps To Safety encourages employees to apply the principles explained in the program to specific business environments and material handling processes.
The program can be used as an add on to Raymond's lift truck operator training course, Safety On The Move or as a standalone course. The coursework may be led by a local Raymond West expert or by an accredited instructor within your company.
Virtual Reality Forklift SimulatorIn addition to courses, Raymond has developed a highly innovative Virtual Reality Simulator, featuring state-of-the-art VR technology to help you cultivate more confident, productive lift truck operators.
The simulator puts trainees on an actual Raymond forklift in a very convincing virtual warehouse. With virtual reality training, operators can get continuous feedback while experiencing convincing "real world" scenarios.
Forklift Technician TrainingApart from pedestrian and operator trainings, Raymond offers ongoing courses for your team of forklift technicians. These courses will keep your technical experts up to speed on the latest tools, technologies, and repair and maintenance procedures. Customer Technician Courses can be set up at your location, your local Raymond West location in Boise or Raymond's corporate headquarters.
Forklift Certification Near MeTo get more information about forklift training strategies for your organization, contact your local Raymond West representative today.
Raymond West's Boise service center serves most of Idaho, including Boise, Nampa, Meridian, Idaho Falls, Caldwell, Pocatello, Twin Falls, Post Falls and surrounding areas.
743 W McGregor Ct #100
Boise, ID 83705