forklift is one of those big pieces of equipment that every child wants to ride or drive. The exciting contraptions capture the attention of many, and you would be surprised how many ways you can use a forklift certification.

Valuable Vocations

Operating a forklift to load and unload is the primary way many explain what a driver does. However, there is more to it, including the workplace environment that best suits what you want to do.

  • Warehouses are the first thing that comes to most minds. Though, the variety of warehouses and goods sold from them is neverending.
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  • Factory forklift operators work in a different environment.  If you are a stickler for safety and enjoy watching the manufacturing of merchandise, factory work is everchanging and interesting.
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  • As superstores grow, so does the need for certified forklift drivers. Wholesale and retail stores is a hustle and bustle that requires safety as well as precision as you load and unload product.
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  • Construction sites are where we often spot our first large equipment as children. Sites, clients, and duties change on a regular basis in the field of construction. It keeps it interesting.
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  • Storage yards come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you are unloading large barges or loading various types of other equipment, it gives more satisfaction than any busy work you may have at another job.
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  • Fuel merchants utilize certified forklift operators. Coal and recycled materials are transported and used to fuel energy.
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  • Farmwork is exciting because of the seasonal changes and the freedom of working outside.  Forklifts are used for various reasons on a farm, keeping the work from becoming monotonous.

The list of jobs that require a forklift is endless. Certified drivers are always in need, even on a contractual basis. Single families also require one from time to time to remove trees or assist in significant construction.

Highlights Of Hauling

Forklift drivers make anywhere between $15 an hour to $20 an hour. An already certified operator tends to make more than one that is trained by the company that hires you. Safety is vital even as a veteran operator. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA, streamlines the rules and regulations for forklift drivers and the space they work within.

We at QuickLifts, LLC are proud to serve Indiana’s equipment fleet needs. Our employees have over 75 years of combined experience renting, delivering, selling and servicing equipment.