Occupational health and safety information that applies to specific activities related to powered industrial trucks is also available, including: Loading and Unloading, Working with Hazardous Materials, and Vehicle Maintenance.
An owner-operator of a motor vehicle that transports HAZMAT; a person (including a self-employed person) who:
HAZMAT employer means a company with employees involved in:
(The term "HAZMAT employer" also includes any department, agency, or instrumentality of the United States, a State, a political subdivision of a State, or an Indian tribe engaged in offering or transporting HAZMAT in commerce.)
Note: To find additional material, perform a search using the keywords "forklift safety" or "forklift training" with any search engine to find private companies that provide forklift safety training services, including videos, written programs, operation training, and more.
OSHA Cooperative Programs
OSHA cooperative programs support agency outreach and assistance efforts. OSHA's consultation projects, partners, and allies serve as ambassadors for OSHA, disseminating information and best practices. OSHA cooperative programs include:
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