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FORKLIFT-CERTIFICATION AND OSHA FORKLIFT TRAINING
Houston Forklift Safety is a Christian owned company that specializes in forklift-certification and training. We have 30+ years of experience and we train 900-1200 forklift drivers each year. The training is based on the following:
- OSHA Standards and Citations
- Years of Experience
- Feedback and Customer Reviews
- Accident Investigations
- Recommended Practices
- Expert Witness Cases
The classroom part of this training can be completed in-person or online. The in-person option is Instructor led training in a classroom setting. We offer this class on the third Friday of each month and it starts at 9:00 am. The online option is self-paced, interactive and it can be viewed from any device. It is a good option for people who can’t make it to a live forklift class and it is also a time-efficient solution for people who need to get forklift certified quickly. Both options are OSHA compliant; both options include hands-on training; both options take 3-4 hours to complete and; the costs for both options is $100.00.
The advantage of the in-person class is that everything is done on the same day and you’ll leave with a forklift certification and a wallet card. The advantage of the online training is that it is broken into several 8-12 minute segments that can be stopped, started and reviewed multiple times. This allows you to study how you want, when you want and where you want. You can complete the course in one sitting (usually takes 60-90 minutes) or you can take it one segment at a time. The choice is yours. We’ll schedule a time for the hands on part of the training after you complete the training. You can call our office (7130 782-0733 or you can email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need to schedule a class or if you need more information.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but there is a lot of bad information about forklift certifications floating around on the internet. There are also several forklift certification scams out there. The Texas Workforce Commission, simplyhired.com and the Better Business Bureau have each posted information that anyone looking for a job should read. It is about companies that post fake employment ads, sell personal information and rush people in and out…..like cattle. We’ve also received reports about people running this same scam in Houston. They look like legitimate businesses and they post ads in legitimate places. So how do you know if it’s a scam???
- look for negative reviews
- ask if they offer a money back guarantee and
- read our SCAM ALERT
If it sounds to good to be true….it probably is