This course specifies the outcomes required for the operation of a powered industrial truck equipped with a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other attachments, for licensing purposes. This definition also includes a truck on which the operator is raised with attachment for order-picking.
Course Name: FORK - TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck Course Code: FORK Course Duration: 1 day Training Plans: Licence to Operate a Forklift Course 18-12-2017 - 07:50 AM to 18-12-2017 - 04:30 PM in Kalgoorlie, WA (1 places remaining) 22-01-2018 - 07:50 AM to 22-01-2018 - 04:30 PM in KALGOORLIE, WA (10 places remaining) Description:
TLILIC2001A Licence to Operate a Forklift Truck
This course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to safely operate a forklift truck in order to attain the relevant High Risk Work Licence. Your training will include hazard identification and control measures, driving the forklift to fulfil operational requirements, monitoring and maintaining forklift performance, pre-start and post-operational checks and procedures & onsite communication methods.
$295 per participant (incudes WorkSafe Licence Fee of $95)
The course will be based on theoretical sessions, equipment demonstrations, practical exercises and written assessments
Must be over 18 years of age
WorkSafe considers that to assist in ensuring safety at the workplace, and to comply with Regulation 6.20(2)(d) of the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 requirements, applicants for a High Risk Work Licence must have sufficient knowledge of the English language to communicate orally with other workers and where appropriate be able to read and understand:
• Safety signs at workplaces.
• Operator manuals in the case of plant such as, for example, fork-lift trucks, work platforms and cranes
• Load charts and/or compliance plates in the case of plant as exampled above.
• Assembly instructions and drawings associated with rigging and scaffolding work.
• Job Safety Analysis (JSAs) .
In undertaking the written component of the Assessment Instrument WorkSafe does not permit, under any circumstances, an interpreter to be used and requires that applicants attempt the written examination in their own hand. Being able to write answers to the written questions is an essential means of demonstrating to the assessor that they can read the English language. However, when marking written assessments assessors can seek verbal clarification/enhancement of questions not fully answered.
WorkSafe also wishes to confirm that all written assessments for HRWLs must be 'closed book' in that applicants must not have access to any information.
Units of Competence:
Code Unit Name Type TLILIC2001
Licence to operate a forklift truck