Presentation on theme: "Walgreen’s Forklift Training Train the Trainer. As a Trainer You Must: Know how to properly operate the equipment you will be using for training. Be familiar."— Presentation transcript:
As a Trainer You Must: Know how to properly operate the equipment you will be using for training. Be familiar with the Powered Industrial Truck Policy. Be familiar with the OSHA regulations regarding powered industrial trucks (1910.178). Be willing to sign your name, verifying that an individual is trained to operate the equipment.
Your Duties Show the video and administer the quiz. Orient the trainee to the equipment. –Point out hazards with equipment and in the building. Explain the rules of the road. Explain dept. equipment procedures. Re-certify current team members. Certify new TM’s on the equipment.
The Train the Trainer Program The materials and training are provided to you to use as a reference. We will cover the requirements, “It’s Up to You” class, the DC PIT policy, and OSHA 1910.178. We will meet again, the first work day of each of the training months for a refresher and to certify each other on the equipment.
The Train the Trainer Program Your fellow team members are counting on you to deliver careful and competent operators, thoroughly trained in the equipment they will operate.
Training Tests and Booklets The tests are all open book and open notes. Trainees are not permitted to write in the books. These booklets contain the tests and answer keys for all the equipment. This does not mean you can certify someone on equipment you do not use. Come prepared to all classes - bring extra pens.
The Drivers Course The Drivers Course is for the trainee to practice maneuvering in tight areas. Challenge others to the course. Instructions for setup for each piece of equipment are listed in the Equipment Training Plan. You will need to make sure everyone in your department can perform the assigned tasks.
The Checklist Daily Checklist Inspection Vehicle Specification Plate Safety Devices Travel Procedures Load Handling Safety Operation Special Conditions
Ready To Certify!! Meet with trainee at the start of the shift and proceed with certification checklist. (10 min) Observe trainee three times during the shift.. (3x5=15min) Wrap-up and review. (5min) Budget your time accordingly! You will only have 1/2 hour.
OSHA Regulation 1910.178 Governs what we do with the equipment. How we train and what we train. Contains safety rules and regulations. “The” standard that we must adhere to.
Highlights of OSHA 1910.178 (a)(5) (a)(6) (l)(1)(i) (l)(2)(i) All (l)(2)(iii) (l)(3)(ii) All (l)(4)(ii) All (m) All (n)(0) through (n)(4) (n)(7)(i) (n)(11) (o) All Maintenance (q) All (q)(7)
OSHA 1910.178 A Definition of PIT Principals Stability Triangle Longitude and Latitude Stability Dynamic Stability
“Rules of the Road” Every department has some kind of rules for working with the equipment. Example - Full Case Stock –Inspection –Driving –Product Movement –Maintaining Area Contact your FM for more information.
Steps to Certify Verify the trainee has seen the “It’s Up To You” video (check with front office). Review the specific video for the equipment (give Sandy the paperwork). Explain the equipment to any new driver. Certify them within 15 working days. Turn in the paperwork to your FM.
It’s Really Up to You Only you can deliver qualified equipment operators. Don’t compromise the rules. Use the resources you have available if you have a question. Lead by example. Any questions??