Fork Lift Training in Bristol
We are able to offer courses for both novice and experienced operators.
JTW Training have provided professional fork lift training and safety management courses for over 10 years. Our family-run company work closely with employers to ensure that the correct training is provided in order to stay up-to-date with legislation and regulations. We work with a variety of companies nationwide, big or small.
Our company is monitored by the Independent Training Standards Scheme and Register to ensure the course training standards are met. We are up-to-date on legislation and information, and we are able to provide this information upon request. Alongside this, we hold full public liability and professional indemnity insurance.
For more information about our services in Bristol, contact us on: 0800 781 4739.
Becoming trained to operate a fork lift can have many benefits. Being trained to operate such machinery enables you to load and off-load warehouse supplies quicker. It allows your employees to become more efficient in the ways they use the fork lift, which helps your business to grow. Proper fork lift training allows you to make good use of company time and increases productivity.
The great thing about fork lift training is that you have the opportunity to train on different types. At James T Whitaker, we specialise in the training of 12 different types of trucks, ranging from powered pallet to lorry mounted. We can also train your employees how to use any attachment such as, clamps and spreader bars.
With years of experience, we provide a range of training services in Bristol.
Some of the services we are able to offer are:
For more information on our training services, contact us today.
James T Whitaker not only specialises in fork lift training, but we also provide mobile elevated platform training. We offer a wide range of training on various types of platforms. Training can be offered to both beginners and experienced operators. The length of courses will depend on the trainees’ current level of experience and training.
MEWP training is different to fork lift training in a number of ways. Due to the risks when operating elevated platforms, a trainee must undertake risk assessment training. While operating either machine can cause workplace incidents, elevated platforms carry a larger number of risks, which is why it is important that they should be identified in risk assessments and suitable measures put in place.
In training, you will be required to identify different types of MEWPs and how to set one up. Our instructors will go through everything with you to ensure you are ready to handle these machines in a work environment. Once you have passed your theory test, you will get behind the controls and be shown how to carry out a regular maintenance check. We will then practice steering with you, around cones in various positions so you become used to what it will be like to drive on-site. When we decide you are ready, you will undergo your practical test and become a qualified MEWP operator.
If you would like to know more about our platform training programme, please contact us.