• Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

  • Employee Name

Manufacturer: Crown

  • Vehicle Model #

Operator able to identify and communicate control functions.

  • Steering: Control is operated by simply swinging the handle to the left or right

  • Brakes: Are engaged by placing handle in vertical or horizontal position.

  • Speed/Truck Direction: Rotate the twist grip in direction of travel. The more you rotate the faster the travel.

  • Horn: Can identify location and properly use

  • Fork Controls

  • Safety Reverse Switch: Contact causes low speed directional change

  • Speed Control: Engage high or low speed

Operator able to adequately perform or exhibit proper operation behavior

  • Proper completion of a Pre-Shift Operational Check<br>

  • Proper stance on vehicle platform

  • Operator maintains arms and legs within the confines of the vehicle

  • Smooth engagement of travel. Operator clearly understands the proper rotation for required direction

  • Operator performs proper steering function

  • Operator visually checks prior to backing or changing direction

  • Operator uses horn appropriately at intersections, blind corners, etc.

  • Operator is able to perform a controlled stop of the vehicle (with or without a load)

  • Operator is able to stop the vehicle in quickly replicating an emergency stop

  • Operator adjusts to proper stopping distances on wet or slippery surfaces

  • Operator properly stops and sounds horn prior to driving through strip curtains and Rytec doors

  • Forks are inserted all the way into pallet, so that the wheels drop in opening

  • Operator maintains safe travel distance of at least 3 truck lengths<br>

  • Operator properly operates truck around pedestrians

  • Operator properly uses the High and Low speed controls in respect to conditions & environment

  • Operator does not drive up to pedestrians & fixed objects

  • Operator stops vehicle prior to getting off

  • Operator is able to remove product product from forks and does not block exits or travel paths

  • Operator uses appropriate speed when entering a trailer (and follows proper trailer entering procedures)

  • Operator uses proper precaution around dock plate that are not engaged in a trailer

  • Trainer Signature

  • Employee Signature

  • Department

  • Observation Test Date

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