It is a course which does not take a lot of time, but does cover a great deal of material.
It assists every company to be compliant in OSHA regulations for their on-site truck drivers.
Some states require varied training over and above what is necessary for OSHA compliance.
Arizona laws essentially mimic those of the federal guidelines.
Every student is required to take the theoretical part of the course, and must be trained in the various problems that can happen with a fork truck.
Load balance, vehicle stability and capacity limits are covered along with other OSHA mandated requirements.
In addition, you will be taught how to help to keep the operating environment safe and how you will know if it is not safe.
Your theory training will end with a written examination that will allow you to then move on to the practical examination.
If you pass the theory testing with a seventy percent (70%) correct response then you are permitted to take the examination for the practical portion of the licensing.
Once you have accomplished both, you will be eligible to be licensed in the state once you have proven competency and that you are licensed to drive a car in the state of Arizona.
You need to be at least 18 years of age.
Forklift Relicensing in the state of Arizona
Arizona is aligned to the OSHA requirements 1910.178(l)(4) which is also explained in detail on the Forklift Refresher Training page.
The state of Arizona is rank in the bottom quarter in terms of annual wage earning potential. A forklift operator in Arizona can expect to earn about $14.45 per hour which translates to $30,060 pa.
The next highest and lowest states are Florida at 24th and Louisiana at 26th.
The highest earning state in the USA is Hawaii at $19.14 per hour – to compare pay rates and the best state to earning top dollar click HERE.
If you still have queries or would like more information about workers’ compensation, occupational safety and health, payment of wages, and child labor in the state of Arizona you can contact the Industrial Commission of Arizona.
Visit the Office:
Industrial Commission of Arizona
800 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85001-7070
Main Switchboard: (602) 542-4411
Main Fax: (602) 542-7889
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