Monday, 22 October 2018
Safetalk and Forktalk


Training and Services - Forktalk
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This is a half day training session, carried out on your site with a maximum of 10 people per group.

Topics covered include those listed below along with operator responsibilities, safe use and introduction to equipment, pre start and after start checks and shut down as per manufacturer’s recommendations check list.

Training is well supervised by an experienced Forktalk instructor at all times.

Forktalk will provide both theory and practical training; a booklet to each participant; and a training video will be shown during the session. After successful completion of the course, each participant will be issued with a Certificate of Attendance from Forktalk.


  • Definition of Pedestrian Operated Forklift
  • Safe Operating Procedures
  • Site Inspections
  • Pre Start and After Start Checks
  • Raising and lowering loads
  • Travelling with a load
  • Charging batteries
  • Loading and unloading trucks
  • Stability
  • Safe Working Loads
  • Safe Parking
  • Post Operation Checks
  • Questions
  • Operation of a Pedestrian Forklift

You do not require a license to operate Pedestrian Operated Forklifts, however, in accordance with the WHS Act 2011and WHS Regulations 2011 under Duty of Care, an employer must provide an employee with instruction, training and supervision in the safe operation of any equipment used in the workplace.


  • Improved work safety practices
  • Reduction in accidents
  • Reduction in stock damage
Training is over a 4 hour session

On site training only with a maximum of 10 people per session

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