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Combine Your Courses

Starting @ $295

Combine your Training!

Need to combine Forklift Operator Certification?  We help your company meet and exceed Manitoba safety workplace and health regulations without hassle or headache.  Combine your courses to save on training costs with low impact to your operations.

We specialize in on site Forklift certification for clients across Manitoba.

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TWO COURSES

$295

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Review Company Polices

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Onsite Practical Training


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THREE COURSES

 

$395

Pick any Three Courses

Regulations and Company Polices

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Operator Evaluation

 FOUR COURSES 


$495

Pick Any Four  Courses

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Safe Operating Procedures

Onsite Practical Training


Operator Evaluation

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Forklift Certification

Will a Blended Program Meet Manitoba WS&H Regulations?

Short answer.  Yes.  The standards require that you train and certify operators with 2 basic elements.  These elements are theory training and practical training on the equipment that the operators use.  The blended program gives you flexibility.  You operators complete the theory training online and our trainer comes to the jobsite to complete the practical training and evaluation.

How Does the Blended Course Work?

Theory training

Your operator completes the online training on a computer, tablet or smart phone.  During the course they will complete mini quizzes and have a final quiz at the end of the course.  Once they pass, they move on to the practical, in person part of training on the equipment.

Practical Training

Our trainer comes onsite and trains your operator in their working environment and on the equipment they use.  When the operator shows they are comfortable and the trainer is confident they can operate safely.  The trainer evaluates their ability to operate the equipment.  The trainer makes sure they can inspect, safely operate, and shutdown and park the unit properly.

How Long Does the Course Take?

Online training can take approximately 2-2.5 hours if they go through the course without stopping.  However, he/she has the option to start and stop at any point in the course to take care of their other work responsibilities.

Onsite practical usually takes a 1/2 hour to 1 hour.  But it depends on the skill level of the operator.  We want to make sure you operator is competent to use the equipment efficiently and safely.  If they need more time with the trainer.  We give them more time.

When can we get the training done?

At Onsite, we don’t believe in rigid schedules or making you wait any longer than absolutely necessary.  Time in your industry equals money.    We book on demand to keep our service a practical choice for you.

How much does it cost?

Our courses are priced from $195.00 for a single course to $395.00 for three combined courses per operator.  You can also create a customized bundle of courses that work for you.

How long is certification good for?

Operators are certified for 3 years after training.  We retrain experienced operators as well.  We both know they have different needs than beginners.  We treat them accordingly.  It makes sense.  If they have an incident or they are expired we will train them based on their level of experience.

What is your minimum number of trainees?

We don’t actually have a minimum with blended online courses.    If you chose a single course for one operator the cost is $215.00. You pay $20.00 more and that’s it.

What is the training standard?

Depending on the mobile equipment, the standards that are referred to by Regulations are the CSA and ANSI standards. (Canadian Standards Association and American National Standards Institute.  Each province will refer to one or both standards. In Manitoba both standards are recognized and IBR (incorporated By Reference).

What are the Manitoba Workplace Operator Regulations?

Manitoba Regulations for Forklift Operators:

22.29 (1) No employer shall require or permit a worker to operate a powered lift truck unless the employer has issued a certificate to the worker under this section.

22.29 (2) No employer shall issue a certificate to a worker to operate a powered lift truck unless the employer has first ensured that the worker
(a) Has received instruction, training, and testing in the operation of the powered lift truck in accordance with a code of practice approved and issued under the Act.

What is your minimum number of trainees?

We don’t actually have a minimum with blended online courses.    If you chose a single course for one operator the cost is $215.00. Plus any travel cost outside of the city.  You pay $20.00 more and that’s it.  No hidden costs.

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