We train on all powered industrial lift trucks: Sit-downs, stand up, reach, stockpickers, pallet movers (low lift, high lift, reach, walkies, riders) telehandlers, battery, propane, gas, diesel, indoor, outdoor, as well as aerial lift platform trucks such as scissor lifts, boom lift trucks, and stationary lifts. If it is powered, and it lifts, we train!
Businesses and government depend on Ideal Forklift Training to provide the most comprehensive lift truck safety training to their staff. With our class specific training on the lift trucks that matters most to you, we diligently train and educate your staff on the specific lift truck(s) your staff are required to operate.
We teach safe forklift operations, and a whole lot more. When required, we also teach batteries and propane. We only deem individuals competent once they have proven to us that they are qualified to operate the lift truck (s). With over 19 years of lift truck training experience, and zero incidents, we are specialists in performing the finest training to the lift truck operators in the region. We do on-site training, 24/7, and test each staff with written tests, as well as practical testing. In most cases, this is a full day event, as the CSA guidelines stipulate.
We are reliable, conscientious, and diligent. We do not cut corners! We provide accurate lift truck safety training, and determine competency. We do not issue permits simply because someone attends the course. They must earn it!
Our rates are competitive, especially when you consider the quality of the training, testing, and post course paperwork we deliver. In most cases, we do invoice with terms.
Our goal is to minimize, or even eliminate forklift related injuries and deaths in the region. This can only happen with the proper forklift training, and supervision once the training has been completed. We provide all of the tools and knowledge to our students so they may return home safely everyday, and we trust that their supervisors will follow through by enforcing the safe practices put forth. Only then can we reach our goal of zero tolerance on forklift related incidents in the workplace.
As an added guarantee of our commitment and knowledge, Danny is one of only four contributing editors, and the sole Canadian, writing articles regarding safety on powered industrial lift trucks for the premier forklift website: www.forkliftaction.com