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Answered 2012-10-12 08:29:20

yes it does. you have to renew it every once and a while

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Yes, forklift licence must be renewed every 5 years.


Hungarian forklift licence valid in uk ?


EU driving licences can be used in the UK for life (provided the licence does not expire).


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There isn't a 'forklift license' in the US. Some companies may issue a forklift certification which potentially could expire.


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In the UK, a forklift driver must have been on an official course, passed a test and obtained a licence. Only then, due to Health and Safety Regulations, can an employer legally let an employee drive a forklift.


There is no such thing as a forklift license only training. ---- For those UK based people - Following forklift training a test is undertaken and a licence if competence is proven in the safe handling of a forklift is issued by a registered examiner. Each forklift type requires training followed by a test and the issue of a licence to operate that type of machine. Failure to do so is a breach of the health and safety at work act which is punishable under UK law. Quite a difference to requirements of other countries.


This depends on the country you live in. In Australia and USA you are required to have a forklift licence.


If you are on private property you need a forklift operator certificate only.


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Forklift licence must be renewed every 5 years.


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Yes, it is for the driver, not the company.


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In the UK: Yes. A forklift instructors qualification expires after 5 years. At that point the accrediting body normally requires you to sit a re-registration course normally lasting 5 days. This then refreshes your qualification allowing you to continue training for another 5 years.


If you are licensed to drive in the UK you must have a driving licence, yes. This can be a photo card licence, or a paper licence.


something along the lines of a construction worker


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