Tuesday, August 2, 2016


Florida Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association, Inc.

First & Third Thursday of every month

Send Your Forklift Operators to an OSHA certified FCBF training

  • How often should a lift truck be inspected?
·         How much does your lift weight when sitting empty? 
·         Do you know what can happen when he lift truck's center of Gravity moves outside its stability triangle
·         How often should lift truck operators be trained?
  • Improve Workplace Safety,  Prevent Disaster,
    Enhance Efficiency     

After taking an Operator Safety Training Course, operators will know:

  • How to identify key components and their functions
  • The information contained on vehicle capacity plates and how they affect vehicle operation.
  • Safe operating procedures when traveling, handling loads and working in aisles
  • The appropriate action in case of a tip over
  • How to perform a preoperational walk-around inspection
  • The Importance of studying the lift truck's operator manual 

Highly qualified trainers offer you the maximum quality of training in our industry. Our program includes both State and Federal Certifications.  We will assist you to comply with Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training regulations for powered industrial trucks.

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Did You Know That Your Employees are required to carry a License to Operate a Lift Truck?

Part 1910.178/powered industrial trucks (iii):
"An evaluation of each powered industrial truck operator's performance shall be conducted at least once every three (3) years" Employer's failure to provide proof of training & certification of their employees at time of OSHA inspection/investigation (if an incident occurs) can result in a fine of $7,000 per operator.


To register please fill out this form and send via email to events@fcbf.com or fax to 305-499-9491


First Thursday of every month from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm


Kelly Tractor Location: 8205 NW 58th Street Miami, FL 33166 or your location if it is a large group


FCBF Members: $65
Non-Members: $95

"Our mission in serving the Customs Brokers, Forwarders and the Trade Community as a whole, is to act as a forum for the interchange of ideas, promote greater knowledge and understanding among its members, encourage unity of purpose, ideals and ethics in addition to disseminating information of interest to the community and our members while advocating on their behalf."

Florida Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association, Inc., 8228 NW 14th Street, Doral, FL 33126

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