Our curriculum consists of a combination of formal instruction (e.g., lecture, discussion, interactive learning, video, and written material), practical training, and evaluation of the operator's performance in the workplace.

Power Industrial Truck (PIT) Operator Training

  • Counterbalanced Forklift (Class 1, 4, & 5)
  • Stand-Up Narrow Aisle Forklift (Class 2)
  • Electric Pallet Jack (Class 3)
  • Tugger (Class 6)
  • Rough Terrain Forklift (Class 7)


Program participants who successfully complete the course are issued a wallet card.

  • Certifications are good for three years and are good in all 50 states


  • Trainees need to bring their own personal fall protection equipment (full body harness and lanyard)
  • Safety glasses, safety-toed shoes, and a high visibility vest are required while working with the equipment
  • Appropriate outdoor clothing is recommended
  • Please be advised that the instructor cannot accommodate trainees arriving late or those requiring early departure for any reason
  • Please ensure that you or the trainee you select can attend the full duration of the program, as failure to do so may result in an unsuccessful completion
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding any of our courses. Myself or one of my team members will reply to you within 24 hours.


OR CALL US AT703-239-EPRO(3776)
  • Federal Regulations
  • Company | Site | Manufacturer
  • State Regulations
  • Safe Operation of Powered Industrial Trucks
  • Risk Factors
  • Statistics
  • What is a Powered Industrial Truck (P.I.T.)?
  • Class 1 Electric Truck
  • Class 2 Electric Truck
  • Class 3 Hand Truck
  • Class 4 Truck
  • Class 5 Truck
  • Class 6 Industrial Tractor Truck
  • Class 7 Rough Terrain Truck
  • These are NOT Powered Industrial Trucks
  • Manual
  • Material Handling System
  • Operating Safely
  • First Rules of Safety
  • What Do They Weigh?
  • Data Plate
  • Reach Forklift Indicators
  • Load Chart
  • Outriggers
  • Steering Modes - Reach Forklift
  • Tires
  • Operator Daily Checklist
  • Safety Decals
  • Safety Devices
  • Approved PIT Attachments
  • Forks
  • PIT Work Platforms
  • Facility Characteristics
  • Safe Travel Rules
  • Intersection Procedures
  • Important Review
  • Safe Travel Rules
  • Emergency Stops / Braking
  • Safe Load Handling Concepts
  • Center of Gravity
  • Combined Center of Gravity
  • Centrifugal Force
  • Inertia
  • Load Center
  • PIT’s Tip Because of Load
  • Picking up a Load
  • Traveling with a Load
  • Placing a Load
  • Ramp Procedures
  • Dock Procedures
  • Dock and Ramp Procedures
  • Off Dock or Tip Over – Sit Down
  • Energized Power Lines
  • Diesel | Gasoline| CNG-Refueling Process
  • Refueling a Propane Powered PIT
  • Safe Battery Charging Area
  • Safe Battery Handling
  • Don’t Leave Your PIT Unattended
  • Safe Parking Rules
  • 3 Point Contact