Create Forklift Pedestrian Awareness

Every day pedestrians and forklifts work in close proximity. Our Forklift Pedestrian Awareness class is designed to educate your employees – operators and pedestrians – about the hazards that can occur during daily operations. Participants will learn about:

  • Causes of pedestrian accidents & fatalities
  • Forklift operator braking reaction & stopping distance
  • Blind spots & safety halos
  • Red Zones involving racks, walk areas & docks
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ProLift offers a selection of safety training materials for your internal forklift training programs. Make your classroom preparation easier with video training kits, daily inspection checklists, lock-out/tag-out kits, operator wallet cards and more! Our Safety Specialist is available to answer your questions.

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"Since OSHA began its reporting, being struck by a forklift has been a top reason for pedestrian fatalities. Although pedestrians have the right-of-way, companies should be teaching their pedestrians the hazards of working near forklifts - and how to avoid them."

John Smith, ProLift Technical & Safety Trainer

Already Scheduled a Forklift Safety Training Class?

If you have already scheduled Forklift Safety Training with ProLift, you can add the Forklift Pedestrian Awareness class to your scheduled class for a discounted fee. Each session is one hour long and conducted at your site. Contact us for more details!

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