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A1 Powered Pallet Truck Training

A1 (Powered Pallet Truck),this is a pedestrian truck, and is being used in busy warehouses, carrying out tasks like loading and unloading lorries, a more reliable way of delivering goods and more efficient way of on time delivery of the work task. It is used by the Operator walking the truck,whilst some PPT A1 trucks have a Fold Down Platform

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A2 LLOP Pallet Truck Training

LLOP and PPT. LLOP (Low Level Order Picker) and PPT (Powered Pedestrian/Rider Truck) are being used in busy warehouses, carrying out tasks like loading and unloading lorries, a more reliable way of delivering goods and more efficient way of on time delivery of the work task. These are Rider Trucks as they are fitted with a permanent platform,so the Operator is riding on a platform to Operate the equipment.

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A4 Rider Stacker Truck

A4 Rider High Lift Platform Trucks. The aim of this course is to provide delegates with an understanding of operating a stand on reach trucks. Upon completion of the training, delegates will be fully compliant with health and safety legislation, and will have gained knowledge of correct pallet handling, racking systems and bulk stacking procedures.

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A5 Pallet Pedestrian Stacker Truck Training

Pallet Stackers are Pedestrian Operated ,they can help operators to carry out the same activities as standard Pedestrian Pallet Trucks but with the additional capability of stacking and de-stacking goods at height. This type of equipment can be beneficial if you are working in a small area or you do not select enough stock to require a B1 Counterbalance or D1 Reach Truck.

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A6 Pedestrian Straddle Truck

A combination of various other trucks, the Straddle Truck proves more efficient than others trucks due to its superior stacking abilities which helps to save time. Another additional benefits of using a Straddle Truck includes that the wider legs allow the truck to lift pallets from ground level as the forks are separate from the load legs operators are able to lift from ground level without the risk of damaging the pallet.

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A7 Pedestrian Pallet Reach Truck

The Combi-WR is the first purpose built pedestrian reach-stacker with the capability to operate in a VNA working aisle – down to 2.1 m.

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B1 Counterbalance upto 5000 Kg

Counterbalance Forklift Truck are the most common type of truck used in the UK. The counterbalance truck works using a counterbalance weight design, where there load carried at the front of the machine is offset by the weight at the rear. They come in a vast range of sizes and capacities from small, manoeuvrable electric 3 wheelers of 1000kg, the most common are 2,500kg capacity diesel or LPG machines capacity. A Forklift is a dangerous piece of Material Handling Equipment, and many accidents are reported yearly. Training includes information on a forklifts stability triangle, how to lift and transport material safely and correctly.

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D1 Reach Truck up to 8 metres

The Reach lift truck, also known as warehouse stacker, narrow aisle stacker, or simply Reach. By far the most used truck in warehousing. There are 2 different categories of this truck. D1 up to 8m lift.

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D2 Reach Truck above 8 metres

Reach Truck forklifts are the most common type of warehousing forklift within the UK. This truck type has been split into three categories (up to 8m lift, above 8m lift and pedestrian operated). The name derives from the simple fact the truck reaches into an aisle – meaning it can be used within much more narrow working aisles – which in turn increases the amount of space and racking that can be fitted and utilised. They typically reach a lot higher than a standard counterbalance forklift as the mast is bigger – reaching over 8m for D2 category trucks.

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D3 Ride on Reach Truck

The rider Reach truck was originally ABA A8 but was changed to a D3 in 2019 For many of the most demanding warehouse applications, a stand-in stacker can be a fantastic choice, especially in narrower aisles. In fact, if you want to improve stacking efficiency and safety, there’s no better forklift truck than a stand-in stacker. The benefits of a stand on Reach struck is it gives you more flexibility to move than a pedestrian stacker as you can get in narrower isles.

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F1 VNA Man up

Very narrow aisle trucks are used for stacking loads, stock replenishment and medium to high level order picking. As the name suggests, the truck operates in very narrow high aisles. The VNA’s unique feature is its steering method. VNA trucks are normally only steered by the operator when transferring from one stacking aisle to another. Once in the aisle the trucks are automatically guided by wire, rail or radio guidance. Man up is where the operator in the cab goes up in the air with the forks and load, thus making it quicker and easier to deposit or retrieve load or stock raised up to the picking level.

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J3 – Telescopic above 9m lift 2- or 4-wheel steer/articulated

What is a Telehandler? Rough Terrain Telescopic Handlers (known as telehandlers) are a very commonly used truck, especially on construction/building sites. This is due to their extendable boom arm (allowing operators to move materials further out and higher than other Forklift Trucks), their large lifting capacity and their ability to perform on rough terrain. A prime example of this is with scaffolding. When working at height, it is important that you can safely and efficiently move loads onto and off from scaffolding, and the telehandler does just that.

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J5 Industrial Variable Reach Over 9 Metres

What is a Telehandler? Rough Terrain Telescopic Handlers (known as telehandlers) are a very commonly used truck, especially on construction/building sites. This is due to their extendable boom arm (allowing operators to move materials further out and higher than other Forklift Trucks), their large lifting capacity and their ability to perform on rough terrain. A prime example of this is with scaffolding. When working at height, it is important that you can safely and efficiently move loads onto and off from scaffolding, and the telehandler does just that.

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M3 Multi Directional Reach Truck (Combi Lift)

Multi-Directional forklifts are typically referred to as a combilift (because of the manufacturer) or 4-way steer forklifts. They are the most suitable solution for handling longer loads, especially due to the different types of trucks available within this category. See below for more info on categories. The main benefit of these trucks are that they not only operate in the same way as their standard counterparts, but they have the capability to move sideways and diagonally. Hence, Multidirectional. Forwards, Backwards, Left and Right. This means they can be used in tighter aisles, and for more purposes than standard Forklifts, Sideloaders and Reach Trucks.

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P1 Pivot Steer or Bendi Truck.

Commonly known as pivot steer or bendi, this equipment combines the concept and roles of a counterbalance truck together with the narrow aisle capabilities of the reach truck and therefore in most cases, eliminating the need for the double handling of loads for onward movement to outdoor terrains and where the operation of a reach truck would not be recommended due to reasons of stability and underside clearance.

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3a MEWP Scissor Lifts

Reach height: 7.80m – 33.70m Category: 3a Scissor lifts are large mobile vertical lifts (sometimes called ‘flying carpets’), similar to PAVs. Ideal for use in a variety applications in both indoor and outdoor spaces, where a straight lift is required for access. Although narrow width models are available, usually scissor lifts would not be suitable for tighter spaces as they offer a much larger platform area for workers. They are also available as rough terrain versions and with double extending decks. Scissor lifts meet the requirements of the Work at Height regulations with guard rails around the platform. They provide much safer access to workers required to carry out tasks at height.

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1b Static Boom 3b Mobile Boom Lift Training

1B 3B CATEGORY Static Boom (1b, 1b+): Self-propelled booms (outriggers), trailers/push-arounds, vehicle-mounted platforms The 3b category covers the safe use of Mobile Boom machines (also known as cherry pickers), which are self-propelled booms and may be articulated. These are similar to the 1b in terms of how they can be manoeuvred vertically but you also have the ability to move the base unit while been elevated.

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Manual Handling

The Regulations define manual handling as: "... any transporting or supporting of a load (including the lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving thereof) by hand or bodily force". The load can be an object, person or animal. What does the law say? The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations requires you to assess the risks to the health and safety of your workers. Where this identifies hazardous manual handling of loads, you should also comply with the Manual Handling Operations Regulations (the Manual Handling Regulations).

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