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How to Operate a Forklift

Forklifts don’t go very fast. In fact, the fastest forklifts are allowed to go is only eight miles per hour. Most travel about half that fast on the job. However, forklifts are heavy machines. Plus, they’re designed to carry a lot of weight from one place to another. In serious

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From the Wilderness to Warehouses: The Pallet-Making Process

What’s the one indispensable element for safe, efficient warehouse operations? If you answered forklifts, you’re (sort of) right. Here at ForkliftCertification.com, we like to think that forklift drivers are the most important part of the safety & efficiency equation. Without proper training and OSHA compliance in place, it’s hard for

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Timber Industry’s Essential Everyday Equipment: Specialized Forklifts

Have you ever wondered how trees in the forest become lumber for your backyard deck? Or a hardwood dining room floor, or chairs, or baseball bats, or a million other things? The process of getting timber from its raw, untreated form to a finished product is filled with plenty of

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How Forklifts Aid in Weather Emergencies

Most people don’t associate forklifts with natural disasters. Yet, forklifts provide a very useful tool for helping to clean up after a hurricane, tornado, or other destructive weather events. To understand the key role they play in post-disaster relief efforts, it helps to look at just how much damage a

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The Lean, Mean Green Machine: Creating an Environmentally Friendly Warehouse

Environmentally friendly buildings are part of the next wave of industrial design and architecture. When you think about so-called “green” building, it’s usually office complexes and residential structures that come to mind. However, warehouses are also in the mix when it comes to reducing waste, conserving energy, and generally making

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