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    20 Oct

    Mock Theory Test

    Welcome to your Mock Theory Test

    The test will consist of 20 multiple choice questions

    You must get 80% correct to pass

    (Please note your real theory test with the instructor will be 20 questions and 5 open questions)

    Your Name
    Your Company Name (if applicable)
    Your Mobile Phone Number
    1. When parking a lift truck how should the fork arms be positioned?
    2. Before starting to load a rigid flatbed lorry or trailer from ground level the lift truck operator must check that?
    3. Why do you stop the truck no more than 150mm from the stack before raising the fork arms?
    4. When tilting a load forward at height, why is there an increased risk of the truck tipping?
    5. Health and Safety legislation places the responsibility for safety at work on?
    6. How much back tilt is required when transporting a palletised load?
    7. What is meant by the term “load centre” as it applies to lift trucks?
    8. When an unladen truck is being driven on a gradient the fork arms/attachment should face downhill.  This is to improve?
    9. The safe use of the hydraulic controls requires the following?
    10. The brakes on the truck you are operating seem to be faulty. What are you going to do?
    11. The lift truck's "rated capacity" applies with the mast in the?
    12. Undercutting is used when?
    13. Whose responsibility is it to ensure the safety of pedestrians while operating a lift truck? (mandatory this question must be correctly answered)
    14. While operating a lift truck what would you do if you saw some rubbish/dunnage lying in a gangway or warehouse location?
    15. In normal circumstances, if the load on the forks obscures your view, you should?
    16. When sounding the lift truck's horn at a blind corner you should?
    17. Before moving off with a lift truck what is the last thing the operator must do before moving off? (mandatory this question must be correctly answered)
    18. In winter months loads stacked outside may be covered in ice and snow, the effect of this will?
    19. Who is responsible for checking that the lift truck is in good working order before use? (mandatory this question must be correctly answered)
    20. When driving an unladen lift truck, how should the forks be set?

    20 Oct

    Mock Theory Test

    Welcome to your Mock Theory Test

    The test will consist of 20 multiple choice questions

    You must get 80% correct to pass

    (Please note your real theory test with the instructor will be 20 questions and 5 open questions)

    Your Name
    Your Company Name (if applicable)
    Your Mobile Phone Number
    1. What position should a lift truck's mast be in to comply with the manufacturer's stated lifting capacity?
    2. Lift trucks are more likely to turn over sideways when they are? (mandatory this question must be correctly answered)
    3. The safe use of the hydraulic controls requires the following?
    4. When an unladen truck is being driven on a gradient the fork arms/attachment should face downhill.  This is to improve?
    5. Who is responsible for checking that the lift truck is in good working order before use? (mandatory this question must be correctly answered)
    6. In winter months loads stacked outside may be covered in ice and snow, the effect of this will?
    7. In normal circumstances, if the load on the forks obscures your view, you should?
    8. While operating a lift truck what would you do if you saw some rubbish/dunnage lying in a gangway or warehouse location?
    9. When sounding the lift truck's horn at a blind corner you should?
    10. Before moving off with a lift truck what is the last thing the operator must do before moving off? (mandatory this question must be correctly answered)
    11. What is the meaning of "free lift" in connection with lift trucks?
    12. Prior to operating a lift truck in the working environment, the operator must have "written authorization" issued by?
    13. Health and Safety legislation places the responsibility for safety at work on?
    14. Why do you stop the truck no more than 150mm from the stack before raising the fork arms?
    15. When preparing to move off, the safest procedure is as follows?
    16. When driving an unladen lift truck, how should the forks be set?
    17. When travelling on slopes where should the load be carried on the forkarms?
    18. Undercutting is used when?
    19. Whose responsibility is it to ensure the safety of pedestrians while operating a lift truck? (mandatory this question must be correctly answered)
    20. What is meant by the term “load centre” as it applies to lift trucks?

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