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People with existing forklift certifications may drive for any employer, no authorization needed.
Operators may use the forks to lift people.
People are allowed to stand underneath elevated forks, as long as they are just passing from one side to the other.
Pre-Shift inspections must be completed before operating the forklift.
When backing the forks out from under a load, it is not necessary to look backwards first – making sure the forks come out clean is more important.
You are the fork operator, loading road cases onto a semi trailer. While driving up to the trailer, you notice people standing between you and the trailer.
You are operating a fork, and part of your travel path involves a city sidewalk. You notice some utility panel covers, and it is unclear what type of load they will support.
Before driving into a trailer at a loading dock, you must:
Tilting the forks forward while elevated is prohibited EXCEPT when picking up a load.