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Questions and answers
1st question: Based on what principle does the forklift lift cargo?
Answer a) The cargo is lifted hydraulically.
Answer b) The cargo is lifted pneumatically.
Answer c) Cargo lifting is controlled electronically.
2nd question: What fault occurred if after the lowering procedure the fork carriage gives way?
Answer a) If the fork carriage gives way after the lowering procedures, it is safe to assume that the oil pump is faulty.
Answer b) If there is air in the oil line, this is a sign that the fork carriage will give way after the lowering procedure.
Answer c) If there is not enough oil in the hydraulic system, the fork carriage will give way after lowering.
3rd question: What is important to take into account when choosing tyres for the forklift?
Answer a) The type of drive of the forklift does not affect the purchase of tyres.
Answer b) When choosing the tyres for the forklift, the composition of the floor on which the forklift is operated is of particular importance.
Answer c) Air pressure is the most important factor when buying tyres.
4th question: What drives the cylinders that lift the forklift’s mast?
Answer a) Lifting cylinders are driven via hydraulic transmission.
Answer b) Cylinders are driven by forklift engine, therefore they can only move when the forklift is moving.
Answer c) Forklift operator must pull the lever by hand in order to start the cylinder.
Question no. 5: Which is another name for a forklift with an extendable mast?
Answer a) Forklift made from galvanized steel
Answer b)counterbalance forklift
Answer c) loader
Question no. 6: Why is the lifting mast placed on the front of the vehicle and connected to a hydraulic cylinder for tilting?
Answer a) The load centre of the mass is located within the wheel base, therefore it makes sense to place the lifting mast in the direction of operation.
Answer b) Tilt cylinder gives the ability to tilt forward in order to shift the centre of the mass of the forklift when taking a load.
Answer c) A laterally placed lifting mast would make entering the forklift more difficult for the operator.
Question no. 7: Which component is necessary to provide a counterweight in electrical forklifts?
Answer a) The rear axle serves as a counterweight.
Answer b) The drive engine serves as a counterweight.
Answer c) The drive battery of the forklift serves as a counterweight.
Question no. 8. Which one of the following hydraulic cylinders is not a part of the forklift?
Answer a) Tilting cylinder
Answer b) Lifting cylinder
Answer c) Bending cylinder
Question no. 9.: What is the name of the assembly which adjusts the speed of wheels when turning?
Answer a) The bogie adjusts the wheel speed.
Answer b) Differential transmission adjusts the speed of the wheels when turning.
Answer c) The reducers adjust the wheel turning speed.
Question no. 10: Which component mechanically engages and disengages the engine and the transmission?
Answer a) Differential
Answer b) a Clutch
Answer c) cardan shaft
Question 11: What is the operating principle of the majority of the brakes used in forklifts?
Answer a) Most of the forklift brakes operate mechanically.
Answer b) Most of the forklift brakes operate pneumatically.
Answer c) As a rule, the majority of brakes are equipped with a hydraulic drive.
Question no. 12: Which of the following three forklifts can be operated only when the engine is running?
Answer a) Mechanical steering forklift
Answer b) Forklift with a front-wheel drive
Answer c) Forklift with hydraulic control
Question no. 13? At what percentage of battery charge does the deep discharge of the drive battery start?
Answer a) Deep discharge starts at 80%
Answer b) Deep discharge starts at 90 %
Answer c) Deep discharge starts at 50 %
Question no. 14: What must be taken into account when using attachments?
Answer a) Attachments can change vehicle behaviour.
Answer b) The centre of mass and load bearing capacity of the vehicle may change when using attachments.
Answer c) Attachments can be dangerous to the cargo being transported.
Question no. 15: Which force acts on the cargo when operating in bends and when braking and accelerating?
Answer a) Centrifugal force can act upon the cargo in bends and when braking and accelerating.
Answer b) Centripetal force can act upon the cargo in bends and when braking and accelerating.
Answer c) Elasticity can act upon the cargo in bends and when braking and accelerating.
Question no. 16: Which of the following components is not a part of the forklift?
Answer a) Counterweight in not a component of the forklift.
Answer b) The hour counter is not a component of the forklift.
Answer c) Torque limiter is not a component of the forklift.
Question no. 17: Which of the following is a characteristic of the chassis in the block version without a frame?
Answer a) All parts of the drive are interconnected by a shared block.
Answer b) The forks of the forklift can be moved hydraulically.
Answer c) Battery pack is the power source.
Question no. 18: Which component belongs to the hydraulic system of the counterbalance forklift?
Answer a) The two-stage mast belongs to the hydraulic system of the forklift.
Answer b) Forks are a part of the hydraulic system.
Answer c) The axial piston pump is an important part of the hydraulic system.
Question 19: In what way does the distance between load centre of mass affect the load bearing capacity of the forklift?
Answer a) The greater the distance between the load centres of mass, the lighter the load must be.
Answer b) The greater the distance between the load centres of mass, the greater the load must be.
Answer c) The greater the distance between the load centres of mass, the smaller the load must be.
Question no. 20: Cooling water is at a temperature of about 80 °C and the water level is too low. What needs to be done?
Answer a) It must immediately be topped up with warm water in order to prevent stress in the engine block.
Answer b) Is must be toped up with cold water as soon as possible in order to immediately lower the temperature in the radiator.
Answer c) Wait for the engine to cool and only then add water.
Question no. 21: Which of the following three engines is known for having compression ignition using a mixture of fuel and air?
Answer a) A gas engine can start itself using this mixture.
Answer b) Compression ignition only occurs in gasoline engines.
Answer c) Diesel engines are known for compression ignition using a mixture of fuel and air.
Question 22: Which of the following is an essential component of the lifting equipment?
Answer a) Engine
Answer b) Counterweight
Answer c) Fork carriage
Question 23: How do we call a mast which consists of an interior, middle and exterior mast?
Answer a) Triple mast
Answer b) Double mast
Answer c) Single mast
Question no. 24: In addition to the control lever, is forklift a equipped with some other hydraulic lever for moving the mast?
Answer a) No, there is only a lever for raising, lowering and moving the mast forwards and backwards.
Answer b) Yes, an additional handle for slow and fast operation is installed.
Answer c) Yes, additional control levers for controlling all types of attachments have been installed.
Question no.25: What is the standard distance from the load centre of mass that a forklift with a load carrying capacity of less than 5 tonnes must have?
Answer a) The standard distance to the centre of mass is 600 mm
Answer b) The standard distance to the centre of mass is 500 mm
Answer c) The standard distance to the centre of mass is 700 mm
Question no. 26: To which part are the forks are attached to?
Answer a) The forks are attached to the fork carriage.
Answer b) The forks are fastened to the longitudinal torque load limiter.
Answer c) The forks are fastened to a counterweight.
Question 27: How can tyre puncture on the forklift due to shards of glass or metal scrapings be prevented?
Answer a) Tyre puncture can be prevented by regular visits to the mechanic.
Answer b) Shards and scrapings should be swept or removed as soon as they are noticed.
Answer c) Use of super-elastic (full) tyres prevents tyre puncture by sharp or pointed objects on the carriageway.
Question 28: What is the size of a euro pallet?
Answer a) 1200 x 800 x 144 mm
Answer b) 1000 x 800 x 144 mm
Answer c) 1200 x 900 x 144 mm
Question 29: In what situation is there a very high risk of overturning?
Answer a) Danger from overturning is especially great in bends, on slopes, when going uphill or during braking.
Answer b) Danger from overturning is especially great if the load is not fastened correctly.
Answer c) The forklift is designed and manufactured in a way which makes it impossible to overturn.
Question 30: In which case is a protective grill for the cargo necessary?
Answer a) A protective grill for cargo is necessary on every forklift.
Answer b) A protective grill for cargo must be installed when lifting cargoes taller than 2.50m which could fall on the driver.
Answer c) A protective grill for cargo is useful for loads which are not sufficiently secured against moving.
Question no. 31: To what must attention be paid when using the forklift in potentially explosive atmospheres?
Answer a) The forklift must have a permission to operate in such areas.
Answer b) The maximum speed of the forklift must not exceed walking speed.
Answer c) The forklift must not be used for transporting cargo.
Question 32: Which is an essential part of the counterweight on the electric forklift?
Answer a) The battery is a significant counterweight.
Answer b) The operator is especially important as a counterweight.
Answer c) The forklift engine is the most important counterweight.
Question 33: Must forklifts undergo periodical inspections?
Answer a) No, forklifts do not have to undergo roadworthiness test because, as a rule, they are not used in road traffic.
Answer b) Yes, period roadworthiness tests must be performed once in a calendar year (from January to December), but no later than 15 months from the last such test.
Answer c) Only one annual service at the mechanic is required.
Question 34: According to 4×4 basic rules for drive testing, what must the operator check in the foot space in the forklift?
Answer a) The pedal must be made from bare metal.
Answer b). Grip of the pedal
Answer c) The foot space must be well painted in order to prevent rust from forming.
Question 35. Forklifts with diesel engines with particle filters may be used indoors only when…
Answer a) …. A load bearing capacity greater than 6 tons is needed.
Answer b) …Co-workers are holding a piece of cloth against their mouth or wearing a mask as protection against dust.
Answer c) …height differential greater than 2 metres must be overcome.
Question 36: Why must caution be used when charging the batteries of the electric forklift?
Answer a) Toxic gases are released when the battery is being charged.
Answer b) Battery acid has a strong smell and may cause nausea.
Answer c) Toxic gases are released when the battery is being charged
Question 37: What are the guidelines for towing trailers with a forklift?
Answer a) The trailer must be able to quickly and safely come to a halt during driving at any time.
Answer b) There are no guidelines since towing a trailer with a forklift is in principle prohibited.
Answer c) Managers of the warehouse or the management are responsible for the condition of the trailer.
Question 38: How do you recognize whether a gas bottle may be used with an available forklift which is driven by a gas engine?
Answer a) It cannot be recognised, you must call the manufacturer and ask.
Answer b) Permitted gas containers have a welded guard and also has an EU conformity designation.
Answer c) Permitted gas containers are painted green and have the marking TF.
Question no. 39: How does the manufacturer check the stability of the forklift?
Answer a) The manufacturer checks the stability by calculation.
Answer b) Forklift stability can be checked on the tilting plate
Answer c) By increasing the load we can determine how much it takes to overturn the forklift.
Question 40: What does the forklift operator must always pay attention to?
Answer a) The forklift must never be used by an unauthorised person.
Answer b) The forklift must not be used for more than 5,000 work hours.
Answer c) A break must be taken after a maximum of 3 hours of operating the forklift.
Question no. 41: Why do forklifts need a protective roof?
Answer a) The protective roof stabilizes the forklift mast and prevents the forklift from being overturned.
Answer b) The protective roof protects the operator from falling cargo.
Question no. 42: What is installed on the forklift in order to protect the operator?
Answer a) The protective roof on the forklift
Answer b) Rotating lights on the vehicle
Answer c) Halogen reflector
Question no. 43: How many work-related accidents which lead to physical injury or death are reported in Austria annually?
Answer a) There are around 100 reported work-related accidents per year in Austria.
Answer b) There are around 2000 reported work-related accidents per year in Austria
Answer c) There are around 15000 reported work-related accidents per year in Austria
Question 44: If the cargo is being carried over a longer distance, the mast must be in a specific position. Which one?
Answer a) The mast must be tilted back towards the operator.
Answer b) The mast must be vertical.
Answer c) The mast must be tilted forwards.
Question no.45: May the cargo weight exceed the permitted load bearing capacity and if so, by how much?
Answer a) Cargo may exceed the permitted load bearing capacity by 15%.
Answer b) Cargo may exceed the permitted load bearing capacity by 10%.
Answer c) The permitt4ed load bearing capacity must never be exceeded.
Question 46: As an operator, what you must pay attention to when leaving the forklift, even for a short time?
Answer a) Before leaving the forklift, the mast must be tilted forwards.
Answer b) The Immediate supervisor must be informed that you will be leaving the vehicle for a short time.
Answer c) THe Ignition key i.e. contact key must be removed.
Question no. 47: Is the forklift operator required to fasten a safety seatbelt?
Answer a) Fastening the safety belt is only mandatory when driving outside company premises.
Answer b) If there is a seat belt, it must be used.
Answer c) Only drivers with less than 5 years of driving experience are required to fasten their seatbelt before the start of operation.
Question 48: May another person ride on a forklift?
Answer a) Yes, another person may ride on vehicles equipped with a passenger seat
Answer b) Yes, another person may ride on an empty europallet.
Answer c) Yes, if that other person has a licence to operate a forklift, that person may ride on the forklift.
Question 49: In which case can the forklift operator use the horn?
Answer a) The horn can be used before moving and in bends in order to warn co-workers.
Answer b) The horn may be used every time when braking.
Answer c) The horn my be used in places with bad visibility and intersections.
Question 50: Why is smoking prohibited at the recharging station?
Answer a) Smoking is not allowed at the recharging station due to acid vapours.
Answer b) Smoking is not allowed at the recharging station because there is a danger of polluting the battery with the released nicotine.
Answer c) Smoking is not allowed at the recharging station because highly flammable electrolytic gas is being released during recharging.
Question 51: Can the forks of the forklift be used for transporting persons forwards and backwards?
Answer a) In principle, persons may only be transported if a special work platform / work basket designed for that purpose is available.
Answer b) Persons may be transported at all times if there is a pallet on the forks.
Answer c) Persons may be transported on the forks only if a qualified supervisor is present.
Question 52: Why is it not permitted to start forklifts with a seating and standing platform from the floor?
Answer a) Forklifts with a seating or standing platform should not be started from the floor because there is a danger of cargo falling
Answer b) Forklifts with a seating or standing platform can cause damage to the engine if being started from the floor. In addition to this, due to missing weight of the operator, there is greater risk from overturning.
Answer c) Forklifts with a seating or standing platform may never be moved from the floor because the operator has no control when the forklift is being started in that way.
Question 52: Are exhaust gases from a forklift dangerous?
Answer a) No, exhaust gases from the forklift are not dangerous.
Answer b) Yes, even forklift exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide which is odourless but toxic.
Answer c) Yes, especially in halls or indoor spaces, where forklift exhaust gases quickly create explosion risk.
Question 54: Why is it not permitted to use tap water for filling the forklift batteries?
Answer a) Tap water contains salts which make it electrically conductive.
Answer b) Tap water cannot optimally regulate temperature.
Answer c) A Battery filled with tap water would generate too much electricity.
Question 55: How can the forklift be loaded?
Answer a) That depends on the length of the forks.
Answer b) This can be seen on the load capacity diagram.
Answer c) It is determined by a superior in accordance with the work assignment.
Question 56: At what speeds can the forklift be operated on the plant premises?
Answer a) Maximum speed.
Answer b) With load, 8 km/h maximum, without load no limitations.
Answer c) Speed must be adjusted to the cargo and to the road, visibility and traffic conditions.
Question 57: What may not be installed on a forklift under any circumstances if the forklift is to transport molten cargo such as molten iron?
Answer a). A counterweight must not be installed in the forklift.
Answer b) A protective roof must not be fitted to the forklift.
Answer c) When transporting molten material, the forklift must not be equipped with pneumatic tyres.
Question 58: To what must attention be paid when loading and unloading a truck?
Answer a) The access ramp must be secured against moving and it must be placed deep enough in the cargo space of the truck.
Answer b) In principle, the truck driver must be taken to the forklift so that he can oversee loading i.e. unloading procedure.
Answer c) The truck must be secured against moving.
Question 59: How must liquids and suspended cargoes be transported?
Answer a) They must be transported carefully and without swinging.
Answer b) They must be transported at the maximum speed so that they can be unloaded as quickly as possible.
Answer c) Liquids and suspended cargoes must not be transported.
Question no. 60: What actions are you, as the operator, obliged to perform when leaving the forklift?
Answer a) Turn off the battery when leaving.
Answer b) If you are leaving the forklift, make sure to engage the parking brake.
Answer c) Lower the fork carriage, engage the parking brake, turn off the engine and remove the ignition key.
Question no.61: In which cases must the cargo handling vehicle be secured against unauthorised use?
Answer a) Every time when the operator leaves the forklift.
Answer b) Only during breaks longer than 10 minutes.
Answer c) Only in plants in which more vehicles are present in order to avoid confusion.
Question no. 62: How must the forklift be operated if the cargo is to be transported down a slope?
Answer a) Cargo may be transported down the slope.
Answer b) The forklift must be driven backwards.
Answer c) The forklift must be driven forwards.
Question no. 63: How must the forklift be operated if the cargo is to be transported up a slope?
Answer a) TheForklift must be driven backwards.
Answer b) Cargo may be transported up the slope.
Answer c) the Forklift must be driven forwards.
Question no. 61: How must a forklift without cargo going down a slope be operated?
Answer a) The forklift must be driven backwards.
Answer b) The forklift must be driven forwards.
Answer c).The forklift may not be driven on a down slope at all.
Question no. 65: During maintenance and control of your forklift, you found that there was insufficient braking liquid in the braking system reservoir. What should you do?
Answer a) Add braking fluid and continue to operate the forklift.
Answer b) Stop work and immediately inform your superior.
Answer c) Add nothing, continue operating the vehicle and write a report after the work time is finished.
Question no. 66: In which position must the fork be when transporting cargo?
Answer a) Cargo must be transported at the highest possible position.
Answer b) Cargo must be transported at the lowest possible position, approximately 150 mm above ground.
Answer c) Cargo must be transported at the middle lift height.
Question no. 67: May the forklift also be used on a parking lot?
Answer a) No, it may not be used on a parking lot under any circumstances
Answer b) Only in exceptional cases.
Answer c) Only with a permit for participation in road traffic.
Question no. 68: In which case must the driving speed be reduced?
Answer a) Speed must be reduced when driving on a wet or slippery surface.
Answer b) The forklift must be driven slowly if the battery is almost empty.
Answer c) If the forklift is being driven without cargo, it must be driven slowly for safety reasons.
Question no. 69: To what the attention must be paid when driving on a ramp?
Answer a) The vehicle must accelerate in order to go over the incline.
Answer b) In principle, forklifts with cargo may not be driven on ramps.
Answer c) Turn the cargo towards the incline, accelerate carefully and drive straight.
Question no. 70: The forklift overturned during operation. What needs to be done?
Answer a) Use the horn to warn your superior.
Answer b) Press the gas pedal to stabilize the vehicle.
Answer c) Place both hands on the wheel, feet to the floor and remain in place until help arrives.
Question 71: should you bear in mind when working with shelves?
Answer a) During the loading and unloading of cargo there is a danger of forks being caught by the transversal beam.
Answer b) There may be co-workers under the loaded goods.
Answer c) The forklift may move when storing the goods.
Question no. 72: In what way can the cargo be safely transported?
Answer a) Forks should be raised only to a height needed to avoid any contact with the floor and tilted backwards.
Answer b) Fully extend the forks in order to ensure visibility.
Answer c) Lower and tilt the forks in order to move the goods.
Question no. 73: Where is the increased risk from accidents present?
Answer a) On all busy roads.
Answer b) At the doors, industrial doors, stairs and passageways.
Answer c) In the area of the charging station
Question no. 74: To what must you pay attention to when transporting small cargo?
Answer a) Small cargo can be transported on one fork in order to save precious time.
Answer b) Small cargo must be transported only on the front part of the forks.
Answer c) A pallet or a pallet with latticed crate must be used when transporting small cargo.
Question no. 75: In which case must you think ahead when operating a forklift?
Answer a) You must always think ahead when operating a forklift.
Answer b) Thinking ahead when operating a forklift is only necessary when the cargo weight exceeds 200 kg.
Answer c) Thinking ahead when operating a forklift is important only when driving without cargo, because in that case the distance needed to stop the vehicle is longer.
Question no. 76: Why must the forklift operator remove the ignition i.e. contact key when leaving the vehicle?
Answer a) To prevent other persons from stealing the key.
Answer b) In order to prevent a short-circuit due to contact-free ignition which would in turn cause damage to the vehicle.
Answer c) In order to avoid use by unauthorised persons.
Question no. 77: How to take a pallet with unevenly distributed cargo?
Answer a) Such a pallet must not be transported by a forklift.
Answer b). Drive as slowly and carefully as possible.
Answer c) The heavy part of the pallet must be turned towards the fork carriage.
Question no. 78: To what must attention be paid when transporting cargo on an unfamiliar road?
Answer a) Check the load bearing capacity of the road beforehand and ask for permission.
Answer b) The operator must reduce speed.
Answer c) Immediately inform the supervisor.
Question no. 79: A forklift operator is stacking pallets with a lattice crate. What is the maximum loading on the bottom pallet with the lattice crate?
Answer a) 4 tonnes maximum, 6 tonnes for cardboard boxes on the pallet
Answer b) There is no load limit, only the height of stacked pallets is relevant.
Answer c) 2 tonnes maximum, 4 tonnes for cardboard boxes on the pallet
Question no. 80: Who is authorised to make repairs to the forklift?
Answer a) The driver can make repairs to the forklift.
Answer b)A fitter employed at the manufacturer’s customer service is authorised to make repairs to the forklift.
Answer c) A mechanic at your company who has been specially trained and authorised can make repairs to the forklift.
Question no. 81: What is the equation for calculating the volume of a cube?
Answer a) V = l*b*h
Answer b) V = a*a*a = a3
Answer c) V = l*b*h*t
Question no. 82: What is the density of concrete?
Answer a) 1000 kg/m3
Answer b) 2700 kg/m3
Answer c) 2400 kg/m3
Question no. 83: How is pressure distributed in the fluid?
Answer a) The pressure is distributed equally in all directions.
Answer b) The pressure is distributed to one side only.
Answer c) The pressure is not distributed.
Question no. 84: In which cases can the cargo be transported with a forklift above head level?
Answer a) Cargo can be transported above head level if the forklift is fitted with a protective roof.
Answer b) If the forklift is fitted with a protective grill for the cargo, cargo can be transported above head level.
Answer c) In principle, the cargo may not be stacked above head level.
Question no. 85: When must the regular safety inspection of the forklift be performed?
Answer a) Safety inspection must be performed before every use.
Answer b) Safety inspection must be performed before starting work.
Answer c) Times of regular safety inspections are set by the plant.
Question no. 86: How you must act if the cargo being transported is blocking your ability to see ahead?
Answer a).Drive slowly and be prepared to brake.
Answer b) Lift the cargo to a height at which your view ahead is not impeded.
Answer c) Drive in reverse in order to have an unimpeded view of the road, drive forwards only if you have a guide.
Question no. 87: When it safe to work under raised cargo?
Answer a) Work can be performed under raised cargo only if the cargo weight is less than 100 kg.
Answer b) Work can be performed under raised cargo if the cargo is raised to a height of at least 1.5 meters above the floor.
Answer c) You must never work under raised cargo.
Question no. 88: To what must attention be paid when using the work platforms / work baskets?
Answer a) Only the forklift driver may access the platform.
Answer b) The platform must be sufficiently illuminated.
Answer c) The platform must be approved and properly secured.
Question no. 89. What is the correct way of taking cargo?
Answer a) Fully hold the entire bottom length of the cargo and raise is as much as possible in order to maintain an unimpeded view of the driving area.
Answer b) Fully hold the entire bottom length of the cargo and tilt the lifting mast backwards.
Answer c) Fully hold the entire bottom length of the cargo, tilt and raise the cargo
Question no. 90: What prerequisite must the operator meet in order to operate a forklift with a seating and standing platform?
Answer a) The operator must hold a valid driver’s licence.
Answer b) The driver must wear a protective helmet.
Answer c). The driver must have written authorisation from his superior.
Question no. 91: What must you do if you discover a malfunction or damage to the forklift?
Answer a) Make immediate independent repairs.
Answer b) Stop the work and report to your immediate superior as soon as possible.
Answer c) Carefully continue driving and report the damage to your co-workers at the end of the shift.
Question no. 92: With what legal provisions must a forklift operator be familiar with?
Answer a) Company Employment Relations Act
Answer b) Regulations on accident prevention for “cargo handling vehicles”
Answer c) Construction regulations for “cargo handling vehicles”
Question no. 93: By how much should the drive lane of the loading bridge be widened if it is used by an all-terrain, fuel-powered transport vehicle.
Answer a) 10 cm to the left i.e to the right
Answer b) 1.50 in total
Answer c) 70 cm in total
Question no. 94: What is the minimum age for the operator of a cargo handling vehicle with a seating or standing platform?
Answer a) 21 years
Answer b) 18 years (16 years when in training and under supervision)
Answer c) 25 years
Question no. 95: Can the forklift be left in front of an emergency exit?
Answer a) Yes, but no longer than 3 minutes
Answer b) Yes, but only in exceptional cases
Answer c) No, not under any circumstance.
Question no. 96: What is the maximum driving speed for the forklift in the plant area?
Answer a) Driving speed should be adjusted to the needs of work and the importance of the work tasks,
Answer b) Driving speed should be adjusted to the maximum carriageway speed and road visibility and traffic.
Answer c) Driving speed should be adjusted to the road, visibility and traffic conditions.
Question no. 97: What clothes must be worn by the operator?
Answer a) The olperator must wear tight-fitting clothes.
Answer b) The operator must wear a protective suit i.e work overalls.
Answer c) There are no regulations regarding the clothing of the forklift operator.
Question no. 98: When must the forklift operator in the forklift seat wear protective helmet during work?
Answer a) When the work platform is taken and raised.
Answer b) The operator must always wear a protective helmet.
Answer c) A protective helmet is mandatory when the height of the stacked cargo is equal to or greater than 1.80 m.
Question no. 99: To what must attention be paid when driving on a ramp?
Answer a) Turn the cargo in the uphill direction, accelerate carefully and drive straight.
Answer b) Turn the cargo in the downhill direction, accelerate quickly and drive straight.
Answer c) Turn the cargo in the uphill direction, accelerate quickly and drive straight
Question no. 100: You severely harmed another person by reckless driving. What will be the consequences for you?
Answer a) You will have to pay damages.
Answer b) YAour annual leave will be reduced.
Answer c). Yours drivers licence will be revoked.