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Training success and failure stories

As a forklift safety instructor, I thought I was wasting my time, but recently a Forklift operator who attended my course Had a rollover and They said he had done what his instructor told him "not to jump and grab the steering wheel" He survived and that already makes me feel that I did my job well
  • Posted 8 Feb 2017 07:06
  • Discussion started by roadrunner
  • aragua, Venezuela
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They want all the work done by their dealers. Plus they are a difficult truck to repair without computer software.
  • Posted 10 May 2018 21:13
  • Reply by leterrip
  • New York, United States
so we purchased two new jungheinrich trucks. we asked for service training they told us NO. FAIL
  • Posted 8 May 2018 23:57
  • Reply by gary_e
  • Indiana, United States
I do operator training as well, glad to hear you got through to students and they retained the proper info and safety stuff, seems like a lot of people don't realize a machine like a lift truck can be deadly, what you taught your students like someone said, avoided tragedy. Congrats!!
  • Posted 16 Jun 2017 05:26
  • Reply by ryan_t
  • Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Yoooooo!
Always good to hear a training success story,
  • Posted 12 Jun 2017 00:58
  • Reply by steppednit
  • Tennessee, United States
it is nice to see training corner ; commonly training & maintenance is last priority for forklift user.
  • Posted 14 Apr 2017 15:36
  • Reply by chauhan
  • Utter Pradesh, India
The Training Corner - Welcome you are now sipping at the coffee table for Training fraternity thought leaders. It turns out that our virtual coffee shop does not actually serve coffee, it is really a BYO (Bring Your Own) coffee, but that is OK. The first topic on agenda is; "Training success and failure stories"... Let's reminisce our personal training successes and failures as professional trainers in the workplace...what makes operators learn? What critical points need to be taught? What things do some students not understand? It will be interesting to see if it is different i different countries.
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  • Posted 15 Mar 2017 13:10
  • Modified 15 Mar 2017 13:10 by poster
  • Reply by Admin
  • Queensland, Australia
Nice one Roadrunner... Beep Beep!
  • Posted 24 Feb 2017 23:42
  • Reply by Windsor_Comms
  • East Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Good job roadrunner! You may have saved a life which is worth all the disappointments
  • Posted 17 Feb 2017 15:34
  • Reply by charlie_j
  • California, United States
Take time to do the job right the first time, or you will have to make time to do the job over

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