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Refresher Questions

Do you hold a copy of previous certificates?

Can you verify they are refreshers?

Conversions Questions

Do you hold a copy of previous certificates for this truck?

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Please click the Send Details button and you will shortly receive an email with the hours and level of training you require.
*Please note that these hours are based on training at your site only.

Please note, if you are unable to verify that the delegate has pervious certification for this truck, we will not be able to issue an accredited certificate due to our auditing regulations. This could also have implications for the employer if an incident takes place and training and/or documentation is called into question. Does the delegate need to be placed on an Experienced Operator course? If you are in doubt or need to discuss further, please contact
01902 862777
Please note, if you are unable to verify that the delegate has pervious certification for this truck, we will not be able to issue an accredited certificate due to our auditing regulations. This could also have implications for the employer if an incident takes place and training and/or documentation is called into question. If you are in doubt or need to discuss further, please contact
01902 862777
L117 3rd edition guidelines state "Conversion training enables trained and experienced operators to extend the range of lift trucks they are qualified to drive. It involves learning to operate a truck of a different category, such as a counterbalanced operator converting to operate, for example, a reach truck, an articulate lift truck, or a very narrow aisle man-up stacking truck."
Operators who have absolutely no experience of lift trucks or at most, a passing acquaintance with these machines.
For someone who currently holds a certificate of basic training and wishes to ensure their training remains fresh and current. L117 3rd edition guidelines state "Refresher training or retesting might also be appropriate where operators have not used trucks for some time; are occasional users; appear to have developed unsafe working practices; have had an accident or near miss; have changed their working practices or environment. It will ensure operators maintain good driving habits; learn new skills where appropriate and reassess their abilities."
Existing operators who whilst having worked with trucks have never received even basic training formally conducted by a qualified lift truck instructor.