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Operating Forklifts on Slopes: What You Need to Know

You’ve probably heard the term “slippery slope.” For forklift drivers, that’s not just a figure of speech. Driving a lift up or down any uneven surface – even if it doesn’t seem that steep – is one of the major reasons that people end up in an accident. OSHA has

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Stolen Forklift Shows Importance of Security

Forklift security was again in the news recently, which goes to show just how critical the issue has become. This latest incident happened not far from New York City, out on Long Island. Local police are asking for the public’s help in finding a forklift thief. Here’s what happened: a

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Bo Knows Forklifts in New ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Bo Jackson, one of the most famous U.S. athletes during the glory years of American sports during the late 1980s and early 1990s, recently got involved in the ALS ice bucket challenge. And just like he did on the football field and baseball diamond, Bo outperformed everybody else. Some things

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Tips for Preventing a Forklift Accident

According to OSHA figures, forklifts are responsible for 85 fatal accidents, 34,000 serious injuries and 61,800 non-serious injuries each year. Of fatal accidents, 42 percent are caused by an individual getting crushed by a forklift tipping over and over a third by an employee being crushed between the vehicle and

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The Friendly and Functional Forklift

Sometimes one forklift just isn’t enough. As this popular clip shows, two forklifts are required to get the job done. In a stunt that would likely draw the attention of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), the video shows a forklift lifting another forklift into a trailer. The second

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