Reach Truck Forklift Training
Reach trucks are commonly used in warehouses to reduce the width of the working aisles, providing more space in the building to store pallets. Reach truck operators pick up loads with the mast reached forward and then retract the mast to bring the load over the load wheels, giving the truck a small footprint which enables them to work in such a small space.
Reach trucks are battery operated so the care and maintenance of the batteries is critical to the running cost of these trucks.
Categories Of Reach Trucks:
D1 – Rider reach truck
D2 – Rider pallet stacker
Attachments are commonly fitted to enhance the varity of tasks that these expensive vehicles can perform. Popular attachments are side shift, fork positioners, paper handling clamps and also non-hydraulic attachments such as Jibs, drum handlers, emergency elevating work platform, etc.
Types of forklift training courses available are novice, refresher and training for individuals with limited/previous experience. Forklift certificate issued on successful completion