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Narrow Aisle Forklift Requalification Power Pack


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The Narrow Aisle Forklift Requalification Power Pack has been designed specifically for requalifying narrow aisle forklift operators. Requalification Power Packs have all the tools you will need to carry out your forklift operator requalification training effectively.

Each pack includes:

(8) Narrow Aisle Forklift Study Guides

An excellent reference for providing theory review for previously qualified operators. These workbooks are a condensed version of the original Operator Reference Manual. As the trainer leads the operator through a comprehensive review of the study guide, they will fill in the blanks while refreshing their knowledge.

(8) Forklift Requalification Theory Tests

Designed to re-test the operator’s knowledge of basic equipment theory

(1) Forklift Requalification Theory Test Answer Key

Contains the correct answers for the theory test.

(8) Forklift Operator Practical Re-evaluation Forms

Grade and record the operator’s practical demonstration of competence.

(8) Certificates of Completion

This 8 ½” x 11″ certificate contains the operator name, original qualification number, the requalification number, date of re-training and re-evaluation as well as the qualification expiry date. It also documents the type of equipment used and the trainer’s name and qualification number.

(8) Operator Wallet Cards

This wallet-sized version of the Certificate of Completion and can be presented to the successful operator to carry on his/her person.

(8) Record Sheets

Record all the vital information for the employee file such as operator’s name and requalification number; company name and location; type of equipment used including capacity and attachments; application and date of training; date and location of re-evaluation; theory test and practical re-evaluation results; trainer’s name, qualification number and qualifications; and additional comments.

(1) What’s Wrong With This? DVD

The perfect video for forklift operator requalification and/or refresher training programs! See if your trainees can pick out the safety infractions – it’s both educational and fun!

(1) Narrow Aisle Forklift Safety Poster

These high-impact safety posters cleverly deliver a simple but powerful message “One of these can kill you instantly, and the other is a machine gun – BE AWARE – BE SAFE”.

(1) Trainer Satchel

This soft-shelled carrying case is perfect for toting all of your operator training and requalification materials. This satchel has multiple zippered compartments so you can stay organized.


Save 15% by ordering as a package - that's savings of over $31.00!

Order today! Place your order online or call 1-800-643-1144.


Did you know?

Regulations require that powered mobile equipment operators must be re‑trained in the following situations:

  • The operator is observed to be operating the equipment in an unsafe manner.
  • The operator causes an accident or near-miss incident.
  • An evaluation of the operator indicates that additional training is required.
  • The equipment that the operator is assigned to operate is changed and/or modified.
  • The environment that the operator works in is changed and/or modified.

Even if none of the items listed above happen, an evaluation of the operator’s ability to demonstrate safe operation is required at least every three years or as determined by your regulatory authority. This means that re-training is required only under certain circumstances and re-evaluation is required every three years or as determined by your local Regulatory Authority covering your jurisdiction. The operator is requalified for another three years if the re-evaluation is successful; if not, refresher training is required in the demonstrated weak areas and another evaluation must then be conducted.

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