Park or leave your truck in a safe area away from traffic.
Lower the forks until they are flat on the floor.
Turn off the engine.
Set the parking brake and set the directional control to neutral.
All of the above
Working with heavy loads in confined spaces
Working with small items such as nuts and bolts
If there is a possibility of hitting your head on overhead obstacles.
If an overhead guard rail is not fitted to the truck.
That they look in the direction of travel.
That pedestrians move out of the way of the Fork Lift Truck.
That they be prepared to repair the truck if it fails.
That they keep a watchful eye on the fork arms in case they become dislodged.
When travelling with an awkward load in reverse.
When travelling along a gangway or wide aisle with no danger.
Never, a seat belt must always be worn.
When a driver is uncomfortable and restricted.
If the driver has an injury which is uncomfortable with the use of a seatbelt.
The stability areas
The stability triangle
The stability square
The stability diamond
The centre of balance
Push the barrel with the fork tips into the location.
Use the fork arms to grip the barrel at its rib points to lift it into the location.
Park the truck and seek assistance and advice
Pull the barrel with a webbing strap out of the area to make it safe.
In front of a main entrance to allow for ventilation
That the truck is parked beside a power socket in case it runs out of charge
Near the exit to reduce the distance you need to walk in the operating area
The truck is not parked in a way which causes obstruction or hazard
The key is left in the truck in case of emergencies
Approach the corner fast to reduce the time it takes to turn
Give one long beep of the horn until you get round the corner
Flash the lights, shout and bang the outside of the truck to attract attention
Beep the horn with three short blasts to attract attention and slow down
Slow down, jump off the truck and check the view before jumping back on the truck
Multiple trailer attachments to be fitted
Pulling of other trucks and reserve power usage
The Fork Lift Truck to be towed if required
For pulling pallets from the rear of small vans and trucks with straps
Lift longer loads more effectively
Lift heavier loads if required
Lift less weight as the capacity is reduced
Lift more weight as the capacity is increased
Lift a wider variety of product due to the increased load length
At least one truck length from the truck in front
At least two truck lengths from the truck in front
At least three truck lengths from the truck in front
A distance of approximately 18ft or 6 metres
Stop and repair the fault yourself immediately
Stop and call another operator to help you to repair the fault
Notify your supervisor as soon as you get a break in the work
Stop in a safe area, park the truck and notify your supervisor immediately
Jam on the brakes, jump from the truck to a secure location.
Ensure the truck is angled to allow better view.
Raise the load as high as possible and quickly to ensure you can see under it.
Ensure it is safe to do so and there are no overhead obstacles.
Get a colleague or assistant to hold the load for support
Ensure the driver is present to give you support or assistance
Ensure the truck wheels are chocked, handbrake is on and keys removed
Ensure the driver is aware that you may signal a 'pull out' with a bang on the side of the trailer.
Ensure the loading platform has a yellow edge to ensure a better view for loading
Underneath the bonnet/hood of the truck in black ink
On the outside of the body on a capacity plate
Stamped into the top of the left fork arm
On a capacity plate which is held on file in the office
On the manufacturers website
Allow the driver to find the truck in a black-out
Allow the driver to operate the vehicle when all power has failed
Allow the driver to increase visibilty and safety when required
Load and unload trailers at night
The distance from the front of the truck to the back of the load
The distance from the front of the load to the back of the truck
The distance from the fork heels to the end of the load
The distance from the fork heels to the centre of balance of the load
When it suits the driver and the passenger to gain back time
At anytime the driver feels its safe to do so
At no time as it would be unsafe to do so
When there is no pedestrian zone marked and the passenger needs to pass
Unless he has been authorised to do so by his supervisor
Under any circumstance as it exceeds the safe operation of the truck
Unless he feels that it will not affect the truck due to the short time involved
Except when a colleague will sit on the rear of the truck to counterweight the load.
The steering wheel, the step and the seat
The overhead guard rail, the step and the seat
The steering wheel, the overhead guard rail and the seat
The steering wheel, the step and the overhead guard rail
The handbrake is disengaged and the vehicle is in forward gear
The handbrake is disengaged and the vehicle is in reverse gear
The handbrake is engaged and the vehicle is in forward gear
The handbrake is engaged and the vehicle is in reverse gear
The handbrake is engaged and the vehicle is in neutral gear
Depends on the drivers opinion
Either as it is not relevant
Loaded to capacity
Loaded below capacity
Loaded below capacity and turning
Unloaded and turning
The manager instructs them to do so
The height is no more then three pallet bays high
Never as it would constitute a safety risk
Only when in a safety cage attached to the truck forks
The Fork Lift Operator
Each Person in the Area