Forklift Training

17 Jan Too Many Forklift Mishaps

Did you know that according to the statistics kept by various organizations, including the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, there are numerous forklift operators and foot workers killed by forklift-related mishaps every year? These fatalities occurred in different ways, although the four most common are: forklift overturns, a worker is...

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17 Sep The Most Common Forklift Accidents:

According to the statistics and data studied and provided by OSHA, over seventy-percent of all warehouse accidents can be prevented with appropriate training and well-established safety procedures. Now, the most common types of a forklift accident are when one overturns, when a worker is stuck,...

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08 Jun Forklift Damage Prevention

Unfortunately, for all the talk about forklift safety, warehouse accidents will continue to happen. One such accident that will likely befall every warehouse is pallet damage. The forklift will eventually do damage both great and small to pallet racks. And pallet rack damage can be...

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09 May I Need a New Forklift: Which Type Should I Buy?

It’s a common question: “What is the perfect forklift for my warehouse?”. There are numerous answers, but the place to start is the type of fuel on which the forklift operates: Electric, diesel, and gas. There are differences between the three fuel types, and here...

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07 Apr Workplace Injury: Avoid Problematic Back Injuries

The musculoskeletal system is relatively easy to stress/injure; and, unfortunately, it’s a common area of the body for a worker, especially someone who works in a manual labor-type position, to incur an injury. The most common area to become injured is the back, and according...

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Forklift Safety

07 Nov Forklift Training and Forklift Teaching… Know and Understand the Differences

It may sound a bit bureaucratic to break down two alike words into their own distinctions, as if one word has more power than the other; but the word training does have more potency, especially when linked with the word safety, than the word teaching....

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