POWERED INDUSTRIAL VEHICLES
Citations surrounding Powered Industrial Trucks are consistently in the top ten most frequently cited OSHA violations . EI offers a comprehensive suite of training and consultative services designed for personnel who operate forklifts and other powered industrial trucks in a variety of workplaces. Training topics include an overview of the OSHA standard (29 CFR 1910.178 Subpart N) and other safety standards for safe operation of industrial trucks. In addition to the classroom portion of each course, participants complete hands-on training with the type of lift/vehicle they will be utilizing on the job. After successful completion of this course, participants will receive pocket operator cards.
This course can also be taught as a “Train-the-Trainer” course where participants, upon the successful completion of the class, will have the knowledge and expertise to provide this training to other employees authorized to operate these vehicles.
Perhaps most importantly, our training staff will customize the curriculum to your existing powered industrial lift training program in training operators and new trainers. And if you’re at square 1 and in need of a written program at your facility, EI can develop a customized, site-specific program to serve as the foundation of your compliance efforts with 1910.178.
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Great article Bill! Really enjoyed the read. Very important stuff for everyone that maintains an OSHA 300 Log to know. Even after 22 years of doing this type of recordkeeping, I even learned a couple of new things from this article.
Phase Is are conducted per ASTM E 1527-13 and include several major components: a site reconnaissance, completion of a User Questionnaire, a regulatory database search, interviews with persons knowledgeable of the property, and a review of reasonably ascertainable and readily available historical sources to identify the use of the property back to 1940 or its first developed use, whichever is earlier. As such, the ASTM E 1527-13 Standard Practice provides specific guidance as to what must be addressed. However, there is no ASTM standard for Desktop Reviews (more commonly called Risk Search with Risk Assessments-RSRAs). Therefore, RSRAs differ from consultant to consultant and also do not provide protection on CERCLA.
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