Reach Truck Operator Training


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What is Reach Truck Operator Training?

This reach truck operator training teaches operators about safety standards, preventative maintenance, and safe operating procedures. Classroom theory, a written test, practical demonstrations, and hands-on experience are all part of this stand-up forklift training.

The Course / Training Duration- Most courses can be completed in one day or less. For new operators, more time and seats are available.

Why Do You Need Reach Truck Training Online?

Almost all businesses depend on some lift truck to address various material handling requirements. Reach trucks are just one of the different kinds of lift trucks available.

Every year in Canada, there are thousands of lift truck accidents, many of which result in death or injury. To prevent accidents, legislation requires that employers give proper equipment–specific training to all lift truck operators. In addition, the CSA Standard sets guidelines for proper operator training.

This training course is an excellent way to become a compliant forklift operator.

All training done by AI Forklift Training is OSHA and CSA-compliant, so you have the latest training. You will be a more competent and safe operator meaning you will be a better and safer operator. You can work from home to complete your training using your laptop, desktop computer, mobile phone, or tablet.

All our online training courses are available in Canada and The United States. So, no matter where you are, we have you covered.

After you have completed the online training, you will be able to print off your license and certificate. Training will take around 1 to 2 hours to complete. A supervisor or Manager must complete your evaluation for your training to be complete.

Some of the topics covered for the online reach truck:

  • Stability Principals of a narrow aisle lift truck
  • Stability Trapezoid
  • Capacity limits and nameplates
  • Battery safety and handling
  • Pre-operational safety inspections
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Safe Operating Procedures


Passing Mark

A passing mark of 80% must be achieved to receive a certificate of completion and a wallet certificate.

Upon completion of the online portion, an experienced supervisor or manager, to be completely certified, must complete an evaluation of the ability to operate a reach truck.

The Online Reach Truck course takes approximately 1-2 hours, but there is no time limit on how long it takes.


Upon completing this course, a certificate of completion and a wallet certificate will be available to download and print.

Reach Truck Training & Certification Requirements

Even though you don’t get an actual license to drive a forklift like you do to drive a car, you do have to provide proof that you have received the proper training that meets the OSHA (Occupational Health and Safety Act) guidelines.

If you are looking for a forklift operator training course that meets the standards set out by the CSA (Canadian Standards Association), the Ontario Ministry of Labour, and OSHA,

CSA and OSHA Forklift Certification Online with AI Forklift Training

Our program is designed to meet CSA and OSHA’s strict safety standards, ensuring that you receive the most up-to-date, industry-recognized knowledge and training. With our user-friendly online platform, you can easily access comprehensive course materials, interactive exercises, and practical assessments – all at no cost.

Completing our CSA and OSHA forklift certification course will increase your employability and contribute to a safer and more efficient workplace. Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your skills and knowledge without breaking the bank.

Sign up for AI Forklift Training CSA and OSHA forklift certification online course today and become a certified reach truck operator, ready to take on new challenges in your professional journey.


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                                           CSA and OSHA

AI Forklift Training follows the standards set by CSA (Canadian Standards Association) and OSHA ( Occupational Safety and Health Administration). Standards state that industrial-powered equipment must be completed every 3 years in order for operators and companies to stay compliant.

All Courses provided by AI Forklift Training adhere to the standards and ensure that all courses are up-to-date with the standards.

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