Nunez and Absolute Safety Offer $50 Powered Industrial Truck (PIT) Training to Louisiana Residents

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Nunez Community College and Absolute Safety will offer Louisiana residents one-day training and certification for scissor lift, boom lift, forklift and telescoping forklift for just $50 on Dec. 14. Register today at

Nunez Community College and Absolute Safety will offer a one-day training and certification for four types of industrial lifts for just $50 in December on the Nunez campus in Chalmette.

Individuals completing the Powered Industrial Truck (PIT) training will receive operator and spotter certification for scissor lift, boom lift, forklift and telescoping forklift. The course begins at 8 a.m. on Dec. 14 and will cover six to eight hours of classroom and hands-on training, depending on the number of individuals enrolled.

The majority of the course will consist of students maneuvering and serving as spotters for each piece of equipment.

The cost for the course is typically $450, but tuition is FREE to Louisiana residents. Students with a valid Louisiana address pay only the $50 registration fee.

The link to register can be found at and

About Nunez Community College     
Nunez Community College is a student-centered institution that delivers relevant and innovative curriculum integrating the arts, sciences, and humanities leading to academic credentials and workforce opportunities. Nunez serves a vital role in the community by engaging with partners to support student success and personal growth. Nunez Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate degrees, certificates, and diplomas. Nunez is located at 3710 Paris Road, Chalmette, LA. For more information, visit

About Absolute Safety
Absolute Safety is a consulting firm comprised of safety consultants with over 50 years of experience in the petrochemical and industrial fields. We believe that developing a safety culture is an evolving and ongoing process and must be continually managed in order to improve and lessen the hazards of the work-site. For more information, visit