General Industry Forklift Training PowerPoint
This professionally prepared Craig Safety PowerPoint presentation is designed using multicolored graphics by safety professionals. This presentation covers inspection and safe operating techniques that OSHA standards require.
You get everything that you need for your class, on CD-ROM, including:
- PowerPoint presentation
- Evaluation Forms
- Certification Card templates
- Instructor Notes
- Quizzes and completion certificates
THIS CLASS MUST BE INSTRUCTED BY A CERTIFIED FORKLIFT INSTRUCTOR AS DEFINED BY OSHA.
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||Craig Safety, Inc. began in 1998 as a safety and health company based in Lenexa, KS.
Today, we offer a variety of services and products centered around keeping you and your business safe and compliant. Our Flagship product, Workhorse 1™, provides users with the ability to track, sort and stay ahead of all the required D.O.T. and OSHA paperwork involved in running their business. We have a flash demonstration of Workhorse 1™ available here which explains the features and values which Workhorse 1™ has to offer.
Craig Safety also offers a wide variety of safety products ranging from work-site signs to customized training programs, from Spanish Employee Handbooks to online OSHA 10 and 30 hour courses. We specialize in products perfect for construction, delivery, moving and storage, ready mix, and a wealth of other industries. Please browse through our website for our full offering of products.
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