Combi Lift Training

Combi Lift Training Courses Delivered At Your Premises
Combi Lift trucks are specialised to perform some of the duties of both reach and sideloader trucks. These forklifts can operate in a similar manner to the reach trucks yet are capable of travelling sideways as well as in the normal direction providing a cost effective solution to many forklift requirements in one vehicle

Combi Lift Training Course Objectives

By the end of the course the operator should be able to:

  • Carry out a pre-start inspection.
  • Load and unload vehicles.
  • Understand the causes of instability of truck and load.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of responsibilities under relevant legislation.
  • Operate the machine safely and correctly in accordance with manufacturers manual and instructions and accepted good practice.

Combi Lift Training Course Summary

  • Regulations/legislation
  • Introduction to machine
  • Controls/instruments/steering
  • Limitations of use
  • Load weight assessment
  • Forklift truck stability
  • Components and main truck types
  • Refuelling procedures
  • Operating in restricted areas
  • Operating with 4-way steer
  • Corner post pallets
  • Correct use of stabilisers (if fitted)
  • Battery Checks
  • Emergency controls
  • Operators safety code
  • Handling loaded/unloaded pallets
  • Bulk stacking
  • Vehicle loading/unloading
  • Safe use of hydraulics
  • Working within racking

Combi Lift Training Certification

RTITB NORS Valid for 3 years.

Combi Lift Training Refresher Period

RTITB NORS Refresher Course after 3 years.

Any Other Relevant Information

The National Operator Registration Scheme (NORS) is the centralised validation, registration and certification scheme for all RTITB accredited training.

These courses meet the requirement of:

Awarding Bodies recommended period of training and ACOP
Approved Code of Practice for Rider Operated Lift Trucks: Operator Training.