Chapter 1: Introduction
Why train a truck operator?
Guidelines for truck operators’ knowledge and skills
Truck types according to TLP10
Chapter 2: Safety and traffic regulations
Common causes of accidents
Prevention of accidents
Reporting of accidents
Swedish Work Environment Authority requirements
Training certificate and operator’s licence
Chapter 3: Truck design
Frame and counterweight
Internal combustion engine
Wheels and wheel suspension
The brake system
Chapter 4: Inspection and maintenance
Regular inspection of the truck
Chapter 5: How the truck works, its stability and stresses on it
Centre of gravity
The lever principle
Load centre distance
Shift of centre of gravity
Stability and support area for different trucks
The truck’s plates and significance for lifting
Examples of load charts and load diagrams
Uneven and sloping surface
Chapter 6: Handling of goods
Marking of load
Principles of storage and stacking
Fork placement and turning technique
Stacking and setting-down of pallet
Communication with banksman
Driving with load
Loading and unloading
In the event of an accident/mishap
Chapter 7: Ergonomics
Manual lifting technique
Theory Test – Truckutbildning engelska
Chapter 1: Introduction
Counterbalanced truck, B1
The most common type of truck.
The counterbalanced truck carries the load ahead of the front wheels. A heavy weight at the rear plus the truck’s own weight mean that the truck does not tilt forwards.
Used for a number of different tasks – both indoors and outdoors.
High-lift ride-on stacker, B2
The ride-on stacker is mainly used for transport and stacking work in indoor warehouses.
Both seated and standing operator positions occur.
Reach truck, B3
A high-lift truck where the mast can be displaced.
Mainly used for pallet stacking in pallet racks indoors, particularly in confined spaces and where the load has to be lifted high.
With the mast extended, the reach truck operates as a counterbalanced truck, and with the mast in the retracted position it operates as a support arm truck.
High-lift order picking truck, B4
The operator’s seat is lifted at the same time as the fork arms/load platform.
A high-lift order picking truck is used for manual picking of goods at high heights.
Narrow-aisle truck, B5
The truck that requires least space.
Lift height up to approx. 12 m and is usually used with high pallet racking. The truck can take out/insert pallets on both sides of the warehouse aisle using a turning fork unit or telescopic forks.
Four-way truck, B6
The truck can be adjusted so that it can be driven sideways.
Suitable for lifting oblong goods.
A four-way truck combines work in narrow aisles with handling of oblong goods.
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