Professional Counterbalance Training & Certification The Counterbalance Forklift can also be called the Sit-Down Counterbalance or Tow-Motor. This forklift is used extensively in loading and unloading freight from and to transport trucks. You can also use it to move goods within your facility. There is also a stand-up version of the machine that is almost identical to the one above, but the operator compartment can be used while standing. This is the Dockstocker or Standup Counterbalance. There are many makes and models of counterbalance forklifts. There are machines that can be used indoors or outdoors to tackle rough terrain. There are many fuel options available, including propane-powered machines and diesel or electrically powered ones. The lifting mechanism is the same regardless of the fuel source. All machines rely on hydraulics to lift and perform their functions. Although the basic functions are the same for all trucks, the placement of controls and the overall feel of the machines may vary. With a little practice, you can learn to operate each one.
Goals and expectations for certification
Counterbalance Forklift can also be called the Sit-Down Counterbalance or Tow-Motor. This forklift is used in loading and unloading freight from and to transport trucks.
NARROW AISLE/ REACH LIFT
Expert Forklift Training's Reach Forklift Operator Training Course teaches you how to inspect forklifts, safely operate them, and how move the machine.
The narrow aisle truck family includes the Order Picker, also called the Cherry Picker. This truck can be used to lift the operator to and from rack locations.
A Dockstocker is a counterbalanced truck that allows the operator to stand while operating the machine.
PALLET WALKIE RIDER
According to MOL regulations, every employer must ensure that its employees are properly trained and certified before they can operate an electric Walkie-Talkie (Pallet Truck).
ARIAL BOOM LIFT TRUCK
Aerial Boom Lift is also known as Genie Boom. Expert Forklift Training's aerial boom lift training courses are OHSA-based and cover the various types of aerial platforms