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14. Which of the following is NOT a type of Fork Lift?
13. The load capacity of a Fork Lift can be found on its data plate.
15. All Fork Lifts are equipped with controls which allow you to raise/lower and tilt the forks.
16. If the lift mechanism on your Fork Lift fails, repair the chains or hydraulic system yourself.
18. You need to take the following actions if your Fork Lift begins to tip over:
17. Complete an Operator’s Shift Checklist after you have thoroughly inspected your Fork Lift.
19. What is wrong with the illustration below?
20. What instrument is shown below?
6. All Fork Lifts are equipped with a clutch.
5. A brake pedal that sinks to the floor under continued pressure is in good operating condition.
7. Of the three load positions illustrated below, which is the most stable?
8. The front wheels of a Fork Lift serve as the ______ between the weight of the truck and the weight of the load being carried.
10. The 3 major parts of a Fork Lift are the Body (truck), Overhead Guard, and Hydraulic Lift.
11. You can place hands & feet outside of the operator’s compartment, as long as head and body are protected.
12. Always check the air pressure in tires from the side, not by facing the tread.
9. To solve an “Inch Pound Equation,” use information provided on a truck’s data plate.
22. Rear wheel steering is used on Fork Lifts because it gives the operator greater control when using the forks.
23. If the engine of the lift truck is turned off, one may stand beneath the raised forks if needed.
24. A person having a valid automobile driver’s license can operate a Fork Lift.
21. You are the most important safety component on your Fork Lift.
2. Fork Lifts use a hydraulic cylinder attached to chains to raise and lower the forks.
1. It is safe to give someone a ride on the Fork Lift.
3. Wide and long loads are more unstable than other types of loads.
4. Before loading or unloading a trailer at a loading dock, you need to:
26. When transporting a load, you should not raise your load more than 8” from the ground.
25. When parking or leaving your Fork Lift, which of the following steps should be completed?
27. A Fork Lift can be driven over any type of surface.
28. Which of the following should NOT be allowed during the refueling or recharging process?
a. Inspect the floor of the trailer to insure it will support the weight of the fork lift & its load
b. Chock the wheels of the trailer to prevent movement
c. Make certain dock plates, boards, & ramps are securely in place
d. All of the above actions
a. Park your Fork Lift in a safe area away from traffic.
b. Lower the forks until they are flat on the floor.
c. Turn off the engine.
d. First set the parking brake and then set the directional control to "Neutral".
e. All of the above actions need to be completed.
a. Park your Fork Lift in a designated recharging area.
b. Do not block doorways or access to production or emergency equipment.
c. Keep a flame burning nearby to burn off unwanted vapors or gases.
d. Check to see if there is a fire extinguisher nearby.