Powered Industrial Truck Checklists for Safety and Operations

Here are some powered industrial truck checklists you can download for free–nice! (We’ve got more free downloadable checklists on other topics here.)


We’ve got two series of checklists for you. And each series includes two actual checklists.

There’s one series of PITs with internal combustion engines (gas, LPG, and diesel), and there’s another series for electric-powered PITs.

So all told, you’ll get a single ZIP folder with four checklists–two for electric PITs, and two for internal combustion PITs.

And here’s what they are:

Internal Combustion Powered Industrial Truck Checklists:

  • Daily checklist–record of fuel added
  • Safety and operational checklists–engine “off” checks and engine “on” checks (performed before each shift)

Electric Powered Industrial Truck Checklists:

  • Daily checklist–record of fluid added
  • Safety and operational checklists–engine “off” checks and engine “on” checks (performed before each shift)

Each of the checklists comes in the handy .PDF format.

The powered industrial truck checklists are based on a series of checklists available on OSHA’s website.

We took the information in their checklists and made some minor changes to make them more user-friendly. So a hat-tip and proper acknowledgment to our friends at OSHA.

Download all four of the checklists by clicking the button below. Once you click the button, you’ll fill out a form. Next, we’ll send you an email. You click the link in the email, and you’ll get a zipped folder. That zipped folder includes all four checklists, each in PDF format. Use whichever ones work for you.

Powered Industrial Truck Safety & Operational Checklists

Here are four checklists to help with powered industrial trucks safety and operations…two for electric-powered PITs, and two for internal combustion PITs.

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Jeffrey Dalto

Jeffrey Dalto

Jeffrey Dalto is an Instructional Designer and the Senior Learning & Development Specialist at Convergence Training. Jeff has worked in education/training for more than twenty years and in safety training for more than ten. You can follow Jeff at LinkedIn as well.

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