About the Course
There are many types of powered industrial trucks. Each type presents different operating hazards. For example, a sit-down, counterbalanced high-lift rider truck is more likely than a motorized hand truck to be involved in a falling load accident because the sit-down rider truck can lift a load much higher than a hand truck.
Workplace type and conditions are also factors in hazards commonly associated with powered industrial trucks. For example, retail establishments often face greater challenges than other worksites in maintaining pedestrian safety.
Many workers can also be injured when:
Lift trucks are inadvertently driven off loading docks.
Lifts fall between docks and an unsecured trailer.
They are struck by a lift truck.
They fall while on elevated pallets and tines.
Risk Control Especialist.
For two decades, Mr. Mendez worked as an insurance company loss control specialist before working on his own and creating safety incentives specially designed for Hispanics, such as the lottery game, which he has copyrighted.
His trainings is effective in reducing losses because he understands the Latino Culture as well as the languaje.