Forklift Safety

17 Sep Pedestrian Awareness

A forklift operator is tasked with two distinct duties: their workload, which includes working on a schedule efficiently, and keeping everyone with whom they share a workspace safe. Accidents do happen. Controlling and managing a forklift is a large responsibility; larger forklifts weigh several times...

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03 Aug 5 Ways to Prevent Forklift Accidents

Unfortunately, forklift accidents are common. It’s estimated that up to one hundred thousand forklift injuries occur every year; statistically, up to one hundred of those accidents are fatal. No one wants an injury or an accident to occur in the workplace, but they do still...

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05 May When to Replace a Forklift

Unfortunately, forklifts will not last forever; like other machines forklifts have a finite operational life. But that doesn’t mean that a finely tuned and well-maintained fleet of forklifts will not last a considerable time. But, when a forklift reaches 10,000 hours of use or more...

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20 Jan Blind Corners Forklift Safety

Corners and intersections within the aisles of a warehouse can pose certain hazards for both forklift operators and pedestrian traffic. It’s especially dangerous in a warehouse without visibility aids, guards, or mirrors. Busy warehouses are especially prone to the dangers of a workplace accident or...

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07 Feb Improve Forklift Safety with a New Machine

In all areas of manufacturing, the forklift has become a ubiquitous fixture in warehouses throughout the world. And it’s easy to see why: a forklift can move nearly any cargo around a warehouse efficiently. And the capabilities they bring to a modern warehouse make them an invaluable tool. But,...

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