Order Picker Safety Training Brampton
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. This has allowed for better utilization of warehouse space and racking. Traditional distribution centers would have products that were picked on the floor. Workers would then fill the orders by riding on a walkie. While some facilities still use this method today, ordering with an order picker makes the facility more efficient and saves time. Despite being relatively easy to use and not having as many functions, this machine is not immune from accidents. The operator must wear a safety harness at all times due to the fact that he is often lifted high. This makes order pickers equally dangerous or more dangerous. The Order Picker Safety Training Course is an OHSA-based program that teaches you how to inspect and operate a machine safely, load handling, machine operation, and hazard prevention. Training is available in and around Brampton.
What are the contents of the Order Picker Training Courses?
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