CDL LICENSE● LONG AND SHORT HAULS● WORKS INDEPENDENTLY
Operate industrial trucks or tractors equipped to move materials around a warehouse, storage yard, factory, construction site, or similar location.
Checker Loader ● Fork Lift Technician ● Fork Truck Driver ● Forklift Driver ● Forklift Operator ● Lift Truck Operator ● Shag Truck Driver ● Spotter Driver ● Tow Motor Operator ● Truck Driver
Move levers or controls that operate lifting devices, such as forklifts, lift beams with swivel-hooks, hoists, or elevating platforms, to load, unload, transport, or stack material.
Inspect product load for accuracy and safely move it around the warehouse or facility to ensure timely and complete delivery.
Manually or mechanically load or unload materials from pallets, skids, platforms, cars, lifting devices, or other transport vehicles.
Position lifting devices under, over, or around loaded pallets, skids, or boxes and secure material or products for transport to designated areas.
Weigh materials or products and record weight or other production data on tags or labels.
Perform routine maintenance on vehicles or auxiliary equipment, such as cleaning, lubricating, recharging batteries, fueling, or replacing liquefied-gas tank.
Move controls to drive gasoline- or electric-powered trucks, cars, or tractors and transport materials between loading, processing, and storage areas.
Operate or tend automatic stacking, loading, packaging, or cutting machines.
Signal workers to discharge, dump, or level materials.
Hook tow trucks to trailer hitches and fasten attachments, such as graders, plows, rollers, or winch cables to tractors, using hitchpins.
Turn valves and open chutes to dump, spray, or release materials from dump cars or storage bins into hoppers.
Operation and Control