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  1. Forklift PowerPoint demo - Navigation and links not available Data plates(or load plates) It is important to check the dataplate before you try to lift anythingto make sure that the forklift youare using can manage the load. Trying to lift more than the dataplate allows can damage theforklift or the load. It is very dangerous to try to lift more than the forklift is designed to lift. 1. Plan Work If the data plate on the forklift orattachment is missing or unreadabledo not use the forklift. Your forklift truck (and any attachmentsthat you use with it) should have adata or load plate. This plate showsyou how much weight the forklift orattachments can lift in different situations. Stability Triangle Tipping the Forklift Forwards Tipping the Forklift Sideways Related Topics: start

  2. Forklift PowerPoint demo - Navigation and links not available Forklift Controls Below is an example of the controls you will find on a forklift truck. Clutch pedal (manual only) Forward-reverse lever (manual only) Gearshift lever (manual only) Steering wheel knob Turn signal switch Lift control lever Accelerator pedal Brake pedal Emergency stop switch Tilt control lever Parking brake lever Steering wheel Horn Key switch 2. Conduct Routine Checks start

  3. Forklift PowerPoint demo - Navigation and links not available Picking up a load 1. Position the forklift so that you can get to the load safely. 2. Position (raise or lower) the forks to enter the pallet/load safely. 3. Shift Load start

  4. Forklift PowerPoint demo - Navigation and links not available Picking up a load 1. Position the forklift so that you can get to the load safely. 2. Position (raise or lower) the forks to enter the pallet/load safely. 3. Fully enter the pallet without touching or scraping the rack, stack or pallet, so that the load is positioned safely on both forks. 3. Shift Load start

  5. Forklift PowerPoint demo - Navigation and links not available Question 14. Why is it important to know what the maximum fork height of the forklift truck you are using? click for answer So you know if the truck you are using is able to reach materials stacked on high shelving or is able to place loads on top of other loads or racking. Maximum fork height Forklift Quiz start

  6. Forklift Trainers Resource CD demo - Navigation and links not available Course Documentation The following PDF files require Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader Course Documentation Course Documentation Review Questions and Answers Mapping Unit of Competency TLILIC108A Participant Record of Training National Standard for High Risk Licensing Workplace Forms Links Training Lesson Plan Feedback Form

  7. Forklift Trainers Resource CD demo - Navigation and links not available Review Questions and Answers The following PDF files require Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader Course Documentation Review Questions and Answers Review Questions and Answers Mapping Unit of Competency TLILIC108A National Standard for High Risk Licensing Forklift Review Questions Workplace Forms Forklift Review Questions and Answers Forklift Review Practical Tasks Links

  8. Forklift Trainers Resource CD demo - Navigation and links not available Mapping The following PDF files require Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader Course Documentation Review Questions and Answers Mapping Mapping Unit of Competency TLILIC108A National Standard for High Risk Licensing Workplace Forms Mapping of Employability Skills Mapping of Elements and Performance Criteria (Learner Workbook) Links