Train your employees to meet OSHA’s PIT training & evaluation requirements on October 26 & 27

PIM Powered Industrial Truck Train the Trainer In-person & Virtual Workshops

In-person: October 26, 2021 | Virtual: October 27, 2021 | Both Workshops Run From 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (CST)

If your facility uses any kind of “mobile, power-driven vehicles used to carry, push, pull, lift, stack or tier material,” then you must train and evaluate the operators of that equipment.  This definition encompasses high lift and low lift trucks, pallet trucks, platform trucks, narrow isle rider trucks, straddle trucks, picker rider trucks, and forklift trucks. Basically, all motorized hand and rider trucks are covered under this rule regardless of their size, shape, and power source, whether they can be ridden or not.  If you use this kind of equipment at your facility, you will have to comply with OSHA’s training requirement.

OSHA requires both classroom and practical instruction in the proper operation of the vehicle, possible hazards, and other concerns specific to your facility.  If you are responsible for training your companies PIT operators, this virtual workshop is designed for you. 

Upon completion of this in-person or virtual workshop you will be able to:

  • Identify the training requirements and performance criteria for PIT operators.
  • Recognize conditions that place your PIT operators at risk;
  • Identify when periodic operator re-evaluation and assessment is needed;
  • Train your company’s employees to meet OSHA’s PIT training and evaluation requirements.

Learn More About the In-person Workshop.

Learn More About the Virtual Workshop.

Customized Training Program:

PIM can also design a customized training program that is specific to your facility and presented onsite to train all of your PIT operators.  Please contact Paul Gutkowski, at 612.400.6205 or Cathy Malinowski at 612.868.6771 to get more information. You can also visit our Safety & Environmental Training website.

EHS Questions? COVID-19 Questions?

If you have any Environment Health & Safety (EHS) or COVID-19 questions, please contact Paul Gutkowski, at 612.400.6205 or Cathy Malinowski at 612.868.6771 to get more information. Or visit PIM’s EHS website pages, COVID-19 resources and COVID-19 Vaccine resources.

Visit PIM’s EHS Training Page for a list of all programs.

Sadie Hagen
Author: Sadie Hagen