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Forklift Operator Exam

Question 1:
Only trained, authorized and competent persons should operate ILT?

True
False

Question 2:
There are fines and penalties specific to the operation of mobile equipment and lifting devices?

True
False

Question 3:
It is the responsibility of the Operator of an ILT to insure the load is stable before lifting and/or moving the load?

True
False

Question 4:
It is the responsibility of the ILT Operator to insure there is sufficient overhead clearance?

True
False

Question 5:
It is generally accepted practice to complete a pre-shift inspection of an ILT?

True
False

Question 6:
The location of the truck’s and load’s combined centres of gravity determine the stability of the ILT?

True
False

Question 7:
The centre of gravity shifts on an ILT when turning a corner?

True
False

Question 8:
The centre of gravity on an ILT moves as the load is raised?

True
False

Question 9:
An ILT will be more likely to tip if operated on a grade?

True
False

Question 10:
If you are operating an ILT and it is going to roll over on its side you should jump free of the truck?

True
False

Question 11:
If you are operating an ILT and it is going to fall off the end of a loading dock you should brace yourself and stay on the truck?

True
False

Question 12:
It is an acceptable practice to drive down an aisle with the forks tilted forward?

True
False

Question 13:
The correct way to pick a load up is to have it centred and placed at the heel of the forks?

True
False

Question 14:
When crossing railway tracks with an ILT whenever possible go straight across the tracks?

True
False

Question 15:
Always drive an ILT as fast as it will go?

True
False

Question 16:
When driving an ILT always look in the direction of travel?

True
False

Question 17:
All ILT’s are designed so there is no obstructions to the operator’s vision?

True
False

Question 18:
If the operator of an ILT cannot see over the load and is driving forward a spotter is required?

True
False

Question 19:
If the operator of an ILT is driving on a level surface and cannot see over the load it is acceptable to drive in reverse?

True
False

Question 20:
If an operator of an ILT cannot see over the load it is acceptable to raise the load high enough to see under the load before proceeding?

True
False

Question 21:
When there is no load on an ILT it should be driven forward down a ramp?

True
False

Question 22:
When there is a load on an ILT it should be driven in reverse down a ramp?

True
False

Question 23:
It is generally accepted practice to travel with the forks twenty (20) to twenty-five (25) inches off the ground?

True
False

Question 24:
If the load is stable and secure it is an acceptable practice to have a person ride on the load?

True
False

Question 25:
If the load is unstable and the distance of travel is short, it is acceptable for a person to walk along side the ILT to help steady the load?

True
False

Question 26:
Whenever possible while lifting a load the load should be touching the heel of the forks?

True
False

Question 27:
When lifting a load that is too heavy for the ILT it is acceptable to push it along the ground?

True
False

Question 28:
When stacking interlocking bins, grates, or boxes it is acceptable to have three (3) or four (4) interlocks in place?

True
False

Question 29:
It is generally accepted practice for an Operator of an ILT to sound the horn at all blind corners?

True
False

Question 30:
It is a generally accepted practice to take a load over people if the ILT Operator advises all people affected?

True
False

Question 31:
ILT Operators should drive slowly when operating a truck on slippery, wet, and rough surfaces?

True
False

Question 32:
When speaking with anyone operating an ILT you should stand a safe distance from the truck to minimize the Operator hitting you?

True
False

Question 33:
When approaching people the Operator of an ILT should sound the horn and insure eye contact is made with the people?

True
False

Question 34:
It is a generally accepted practice to stand in front of an ILT while a load is being put in place?

True
False

Question 35:
The Operator of an ILT should be aware of the space required when turning the truck?

True
False

Question 36:
While an ILT is in motion the Operator should stick their head out of the protected caged area so they can see around a load?

True
False

Question 37:
Throwing rolled up gloves at passing ILT Operators is acceptable if the operator is throwing gloves at you?

True
False

Question 38:
When lifting people with an ILT the capacity of the lift truck is cut in half?

True
False

Question 39:
When lifting people with an ILT the cage must be secured to the Lift Truck?

True
False

Question 40:
When lifting people with an ILT the cage must have all pinch and nip points effectively guarded?

True
False

Question 41:
When lifting people with an ILT it is acceptable for people to ride in the cage while moving forward as long as it is no more than six (6) inches off the ground?

True
False

Question 42:
When lifting people with an ILT it is acceptable for the Operator to get out of the truck?

True
False

Question 43:
A trailer must be secured from accidental movement before entering the trailer with an ILT?

True
False

Question 44:
It is a good practice to inspect the floor of a trailer for wear, broken boards, and holes before entering with an ILT?

True
False

Question 45:
A good time to take a cigarette break is when refueling or recharging an ILT?

True
False

Question 46:
Specific Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required when refueling/recharging an ILT?

True
False

Question 47:
All ILT’s are required to have an approved fire extinguisher secured to the truck?

True
False

Question 48:
If the ILT is equipped with a seat belt it should be worn?

True
False

Question 49:
When properly parking an ILT the power is off, parking brake is engaged, the truck is on level ground and the tips of the forks are flat on the floor/ground?

True
False

Question 50:
It is acceptable to operate an ILT after drinking a few beers?

True
False

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