Forklift Licensing

High Risk Work Licence Forklift Truck – TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck – On your site or Brisbane North – Brendale

This Course covers the functions required to prepare and operate a forklift truck to meet minimum training and assessment standards for Workplace Health and Safety / WorkCover Queensland.  This unit has been developed in accordance with the licensing and assessment requirements of Australian Workplace Health and Safety.

This unit involves planning the work for the prevailing working conditions, using the controls and operating systems to manage the operation of the equipment, locating the load and identifying the load characteristics, safely moving the load, monitoring the controls and stopping, shutting down and securing the equipment after the completion of operations.

 

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Forklift truck – LF

 

The LF high risk work licence class allows you to use forklift trucks, but does not include order-picking forklift trucks (see below).

A forklift truck is a powered industrial truck equipped with a mast and an elevating load carriage which has a pair of fork arms attached (that can be raised 900 mm or more above the ground) or other load holding attachment.

 

Order-picking forklift truck – LO

 

To operate an order-picking forklift truck you need an LO high risk work licence.

An order-picking forklift truck has the operator’s control as part of the load carriage/lifting media and lifts with it. Order-picking forklift trucks are generally referred to as “stock pickers”. They can be fitted with a platform extension for use in furniture warehouses, or can be a turret truck in narrow aisle warehouses.

 

Course Overview

 

Forklift Licence Training aims to give participants hands on practical skills and knowledge in the safe and efficient operation of a counter-balance forklift. Participants will gain an understanding of applicable legislations:

 

  • Forklift types and uses
  • Load charts
  • Load types and characteristics
  • Lifting attachment types and uses
  • Be able to plan work and manage risks
  • Pre and post start checks
  • Safe driving techniques
  • Forklift stability
  • Shift and manoeuvre a variety of loads
  • Shutdown procedures and associated paperwork.

 

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