Electric Truck Courses

Electric Walkie Stacker

When I grow up I want to be a forklift! 

 


Unfortunately the common Walkie Stacker, used largely by Australian retailers such as Kmart, Coles, Big W and in numerous warehousing operations, is missing a vital organ before it can be classified as a forklift truck [requiring a licence to operate]. 
 

 


Given this specific mobile plant is ‘pedestrian operated’ and not ‘ride on’, once again suitable documentary evidence is required to operate efficiently and most importantly safely!

 

Charges $175.00 per VOC
Duration: Up to 3 hours
Location:  On-site only
Theory and Practical information sessions

 

 

 

Electric Reach Truck

Am I a forklift? 

 

In this case the answer is always ‘yes’.  Then why do I require additional evidence to operate this type of specified machinery? 

 

The answer becomes easier when we understand that in the spirit of the OHS Act section 19 (1) (b) (1984) it is always beneficial to all interested parties in the workplace that each operator receives specific training and instruction for each forklift they will operate.  This is a specific area of law requiring your attention.

 

Charges $175.00 per VOC

 

Duration: Up to 3 hours
Location:  On-site only
Theory and Practical information sessions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electric End Rider

Like the Walkie Stacker, an End Rider cannot be classified as a forklift as it lacks a vital organ, the mast assembly.  These special machines are always in use at major dairy production facilities and breweries.  They require specific training and assessment once again in accordance with the Act.

 

Charges $175.00 per VOC

 

Duration: Up to 3 hours
Location:  On-site only
Theory and Practical information sessions

 

 

 

 

 



 

 






 

Contact Details

 

Staltari OHS Training & Assessment

Registered WorkSafe Assessor 1172LFLO

OHS Officer

 

M: 0401 346 254

E: info@staltariohs.com.au

W: www.staltariohs.com.au

 

ABN: 82 299 893 152