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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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It means you're certified to operate a forklift. What all that entails depends on where you're at. Some countries require you to have a forklift license. In the US, there is no such requirement (although you are required to have a drivers license if you operate it on a public roadway), and the certification will be done through company training. Some companies will be very specific in what type of forklift you're certified on - e.g., standard forklift, Moffet/Princeton/Donkey or other truck mounted forklift, skid steer or integrated toolcarrier with fork attachments, etc.

It's irrelevant. You can show it to an employer to help verify your forklift experience, but in the US, there is no licencing requirement to operate a forklift, so long as it operates on - and remains on - private property. Companies may require you to certify with them, however.

OSHA requires retraining every three years. Therefore, a General Forklift Certification is valid for 3 years. Our program changes the status of a Certified OPERATOR from "Certified" to "Certification Expired" after 3 years. The Training Administrator must then purchase another subscription for General Forklift Training, assign it to that person, then have the person take the training to again become certified. An email notification of this change of status is sent to the Training Administrator 30 days prior to expiration. one year

Well, that's going to depend on where you are. In the US, the only time you need a licence for a forklift if it's being used on public roadways - and you use a regular drivers licence for that. In other countries, the laws will be different.

How do i replace a ;ost forklift certicateA:Well, if you worked at my plant, you'd come and see me. Who trained you? Go to them. If you have changed employment your old certificate isn't valid, anyhow. US OSHA requires site and equipment specific training.

Do be a forklift operator you're supposed to be at least 18 years of age.

In the US, you can learn on-the-job.

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The usually term used in my area, the Northeastern US is FORKLIFT DRIVER. However, that may vary in other parts of the country depending on local common usage.

It is possible to obtain a drivers license in another country (not Canada though) if you are suspended in the US. But that won't have any effect on your driving status in the US. Suspended in the US is suspended period, regardless of what kind of drivers license you possess.

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