Pedestrian Operated Pallet Truck Training

Knowing how to operate a Pedestrian Operated Pallet Truck (PPT) correctly cuts down the chances of mistakes being made and accidents occurring. Courses are available for both rider operated and pedestrian operated

Having had proper training for this equipment means your workforce will be able to operate more safely and efficiently than someone who has not - CDR Training can help

All people using equipment at work must be adequately trained to ensure health and safety in its use, supervision or management. For more information, please visit HSE's Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations PUWER
Our courses are designed to enable your business to comply with current health & safety legislation.

Our instructors deliver the training at your site, allowing your staff to gain valuable experience on the equipment they will be using in their own unique work environment

There are a number of training course options available to you to train your workforce on the Pedestrian Operated Pallet Trucks you have on site, and they are designed for candidates of all levels of operating experience to suit your business

Please get in touch to discuss your specific training requirements

For more information on PPT training courses for your operators, please get in touch

Training for operators on a Pedestrian Operated Pallet Truck includes:

  • Current Legislation (HASAWA 1974, PUWER 1998, LOLER 1998)
  • Basic Counterbalance Principles
  • Introduction to the Equipment and its Controls
  • Safe Operator Positioning
  • Mounting and Dismounting of Truck (if applicable)
  • Pre-Use Checks and Inspections
  • Observational Techniques
  • Steering (including in confined areas)
  • Correct Use of Braking Systems
  • Load Assessments
  • Loading & Unloading Vehicles
  • Battery Charging & Maintenance
  • Theoretical and Practical Assessment

PLUS - All trainees receive operator guidance notes at the beginning of their session

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