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Forklift Safety Training

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1. Did you watch the YouTube video titled "Forklift Operator Safety Training" prior to taking this quiz?

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2. Where can I find the forklift load capacity?

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3. Never exceed the rated load and ensure it is stable and balanced.

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4. Changing the load center changes the load capacity.

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5. You don't have to wear the seatbelt on the forklift.

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6. When driving a forklift, you should watch for _______.

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7. If a tip-over occurs:

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8. If the Forklift is loaded, you should drive forward up an incline.

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9. Differences between Forklifts and Automobiles includes which of the following:

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10. Even well-trained industrial truck drivers with many years of safe driving experience can make an error if they allow their emotions to get the best of them.

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11. The truck operator does not have to pay much attention to utilities such as wiring, piping, sprinkler heads, or electrical boxes.

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12. Other personnel are always aware of your presence and will watch out for you.

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13. The operator should know what materials are being handled, how much it weighs, and how high it should be stacked.

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14. It is permissible to let another person operate your truck if they say they know how.

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15. It is a common practice to go up a ramp with the forks and the load up front.

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16. Smoking is permissible in refueling areas providing you see no leaking fuel.

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17. When loading a highway truck or trailer, its wheels should be checked or blocked even though the driver says the brakes are set.

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18. Under no condition should anyone be permitted under elevated forks or loads.

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19. If they ask, maintenance or repair people may be lifted on the forks to reach their work.

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20. If you are not able to see because of a large load in front of you, it is better to drive backwards than to try and see
around it on one side.

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21. Repairs to industrial trucks should be made only by personnel trained and authorized to make them.

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22. Not observing the “rear end swing” is a probable cause for a majority of damage to finished goods.

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23. Operators must face the direction in which the machine is traveling.

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24. Operators should check their trucks at the beginning of each shift.

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25. When parking your truck, make sure forks are left high enough to clear obstructions.

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26. It is permissible to overload the truck by 25 percent if additional counterweights are used.

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