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OSHA Recertification Requirements

OSHA Recertification Requirements OSHA, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, requires forklift/equipment operators to be recertified at least once every three (3) years. Refresher training (recertification) shall include theory training, practical training (if required) and an evaluation (driving test). Read More

OSHA 1910.178 – Forklift Certification Requirements

OSHA 1910.178 – Forklift Certification Requirements OSHA, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, requires all forklift/equipment operators to be trained and certified – qualified – as a competent operator prior to permitting your employee(s) to operate the equipment (with Read More

The Warehouse of the Future

The Warehouse of the Future Conceptualizing the future state of material handling is no easy task. After all, how much could you possibly improve the highly automated warehouses of today? The A.I. TeamLogistics Concept from Toyota Material Handling does Read More

We’ve gone digital with WalletCard

We’ve gone digital with WalletCard As pioneers into the world wide web, NIS offers advanced Online Training Programs to streamline the certification process – Operator and Train-the-Trainer Programs. We believe training and certification must be site specific within your Read More

Working Safely: Doing things right!

Working Safely: Doing things right! This morning, one of our managers, Naveen, saw an unsafe act being performed pertaining to the use of an aerial boomlift. He couldn’t help but stop to inform the foreman and hope the unsafe Read More

Happy Holidays!

Wishing you a Happy Holiday and a joyful New Year. Best wishes from your friends at NIS Training! “Work Safe, Stay Safe” Read More

Accidents and Fatalities

Latest news regarding heavy equipment accidents and fatalities. We hope these accidents become a learning tool to prevent incidents in the future. Work Safe, Stay Safe. Please feel to to submit accident related stories to info@nistraining.com Forklift Driver Charged Read More