Building upon the already successful product focused training courses, Toyota Material Handling has now expanded its offering to include two safety specific courses; safety awareness for supervisors and manual handling.
Providing adequate training for your operators is not only a legal requirement, it is a process to help reduce overall operating costs. It helps minimise damage to equipment, goods and the surrounding areas as well as reducing fuel consumption. The Toyota Training Academy can assist businesses to get the very best return on the investment they have made in material handling equipment.
Operator training courses
Training can be offered on any piece of material handling equipment at novice, refresher, advanced, task specific, conversation and train the trainer levels for groups or individuals on all makes and models including; counterbalance, reach trucks, pallet trucks, order pickers, VNA, rough terrain, tow tractors, mobile elevated work platforms and scissor lifts.
Toyota’s training instructors have undergone in-depth training covering the entire range of Toyota and other makes of material handling equipment, ensuring each operator is fully conversant with their equipment not only in terms of basic operation, but also with the more specialist features allowing them to work most productively. Training can be offered as Toyota certified or nationally recognised RTITB standard and to conform to the HSE Approved Code of Practice (ACoP).
Safety for supervisors courses
For operators and managers wanting to ensure operations are performed safety and to current best practice, Toyota can now offer specific safety courses for supervisors, either delivered at your premises or at one of their full equipped training facilities in Kent, Slough, Gloucester, Leicester, Castleford, Warrington and Glasgow.
Manual handling courses
Toyota now offer manual handling courses for all employees from our award winning programme. Accidents from manual handling have one of the highest incidents in industry. This course is designed to increase awareness and give practical advice on manual handling to reduce injury, a must for any employee who has concerns about best practice in the workplace.