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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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How to Motivate Your Employees

Happy workers are productive workers. Many studies have shown that, in order to keep employees happy, motivation is important. If your forklift driver really doesn’t have a reason to perform their job well, there’s a chance that work will lag behind. Stuff will get missed. Workers may come in late,

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How to Avoid a Forklift Accident

What’s the best way to avoid a forklift accident? The short answer: there isn’t just one way. To prevent minor mistakes that could lead to major disasters, it’s best to do as many things as possible. Instead of a single method, be as pro-active as you can – and that

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Zero Emission Forklifts Feature “Batteries-For-Life”

Forklift manufacturer BYD has released their latest line of lifts, and industry experts are taking note. The lifts have advanced battery technology and many other characteristics that will appeal to business owners concerned with environmental impact. BYD’s new battery for life concept is also an attractive feature for forklift owners

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