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Daily Class IV or Class V Forklift Inspection Checklist

Contributor: Safesite • Jurisdiction: OSHA

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For Internal Combustion ITA Class IV or V forklift operator, pre-operation inspections should be part of your daily routine. Pre-shift inspections increase longevity of the truck & decrease accidents.

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Daily Class IV or Class V Forklift Inspection Checklist

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Exterior InspectionSection 1 of 2 with 10 Questions

1. *Be sure forklift is parked on a level surface, brake is applied, forks are lowered to the ground and the key switch is off before beginning the inspection.

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2. No visible coolant or oil leaks

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3. Brake fluid levels are appropriate

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4. Engine oil is appropriate

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5. No Tire pressure, damage, cracks or wear

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6. No Loose hub nuts

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7. No dirt, damage or cracks on lamps

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8. Coolant levels are appropriate

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9. Hydraulic oil levels are appropriate

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10. No Damage, bends, looseness or chain tension to forks or backrest

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On-vehicle InspectionSection 2 of 2 with 11 Questions

1. Mast, forks, lift chains, hydraulics and carriage operates properly

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2. Back mirror is in good condition

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3. Brake and clutch pedals function properly

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4. Parking brake lever is effective

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5. Proper operation of each gauge

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6. No abnormal noise, vibration, emission color or emission smell

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7. Lamps turn on and off

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8. No loose steering

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9. No abnormal sound from horn

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10. OPS Indicator lighting operates effectively

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11. Write Comments or Remarks here:

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