Ferrari has training solutions for every class of forklift.
Choosing the right training solution may seem complicated, below is the various types of forklift classifications.
Call us at 718-278-6679 to discuss the right training options for you.
Class 3 – Electric Motor Hand Trucks
- Lift Code 1 Low Lift Platform
- Lift Code 2 Low Lift Walkie Pallet
- Lift Code 3 Tractors (Draw Bar Pull Under 999 lbs.) Lift Code 4 Low Lift Walkie/Center Control
- Lift Code 5 Reach Type Outrigger Lift Code 6 High Lift Straddle
- Lift Code 7 High Lift Counterbalanced Lift Code 8 Low Lift Walkie/Rider Pallet
Class 4 – Internal Combustion Engine Trucks – Cushion Tires Only
- Lift Code 3 Fork, Counterbalanced (Cushion Tire)
Class 5 – Internal Combustion Engine Trucks – Pneumatic Tires Only
- Lift Code 4 Fork, Counterbalanced (Pneumatic Tire)
Class 7 – Rough Terrain Fork Lift Trucks
- Lift Code 1 All Rough Terrain Lift Trucks
There are also numerous specialist courses in operating pallet trucks, reach forklifts, counterbalance forklifts, pivot steer trucks, very narrow aisle trucks, telescopic handler trucks and and also to train already experienced operators to become instructors of the novice courses. These can last anywhere from 4 to 40 Hours
These are quite a bit more advanced however, and so most people will start off by doing a 1 Day Novice Course.
Hoisting and Rigging
Hoisting and rigging (H&R) refers to the lifting and moving of loads using mechanical devices. The objectives of the hoisting and rigging program are to protect personnel from injury, the environment from harm, and equipment and property from damage; specifically, to protect load operators and others in the work area, scientific equipment, other government property, and the hoisting and rigging equipment itself.
Hoisting and rigging is a complicated topic and can have significant safety consequences if not performed correctly. Fundamental to the H&R program, and consistent with Your Company’s integrated safety and environment management system, is the expectation that organizations involved in hoisting and rigging activities take responsibility to understand the hoisting and rigging requirements and apply them to their operations.