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Find out more about how we can help you to improve safety and productivity

Operator Training

Find out more about how we can help you to improve safety and productivity

Operator training

Discover how operator training can improve safety and productivity in your business.

Why choose Toyota operator training?

  • Meet and exceed current legislation
  • Support material after training and training records
  • High quality training can help you to reduce your costs

A productive warehouse starts with a safe workplace. Since working with material handling equipment creates a high-risk environment, it’s important to raise awareness among drivers. Knowing how to drive a forklift efficiently and safely already reduces the risk of accidents happening. This not only contributes to your teams’ safety and well-being, but also reduce damage cost and labour cost.

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Increase productivity in your operation

  • Improve operators' driving skills
  • Improve operators’ motivation
  • Improve the truck knowledge of your operators'

Having a properly trained team with excellent driving skills will boost the workflow in your operation. Standardisation in your warehouse will increase, and your trucks will require less service and repairs.

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Create a safety culture

  • Minimise risks
  • Starting with leaders
  • Direct impact on the bottom line

An effective culture of safety only works if everyone is aware of the risks and works together to prevent accidents. Providing correct training is therefore essential, not only for operators, but also for leaders, supervisors and other warehouse team members. This way your entire team and organisation can help to improve productivity and reduce damage costs.

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Boost health, safety & environment

  • Less accidents
  • Less damage
  • Less fuel consumption

Improved driving behaviour will not only reduce the risk of accidents in your warehouse, but also decrease repetitive strain injuries of your employees and lower their stress levels. This will lead to less labour and damage cost in your operation, as well as lower fuel consumption and emissions.

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Operator training programme

  • Duration: 1-5 days
  • Purpose: safe operating behaviour
  • Where: at a Toyota training facility or on your site

The training programme depends on the amount of participants and type of machines. We provide both in-house and on-site training and help your operators to understand the different features of their trucks.

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Supervisors and managers safety training

  • Purpose: developing a safety culture
  • Where: at a Toyota training centre or on your site

By implementing a solid safety culture you will be able to optimise not only safety, but also productivity in your operation. That’s why we also train supervisors, and with the Toyota+ programme, we offer trained instructors training on the full range, as well as special features; and also add-on and specific trainings, such as Eco driving and I_Site.


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