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The Top 5 Ways to Prevent Pedestrian Forklift Accidents

There is a lot that can go wrong in any workplace, but especially so when heavy machinery is present. Forklifts are large, heavy pieces of equipment that come with plenty of hazards. According to the CDC, 20% of victims who have died in a forklift accident were workers on foot

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Know the Different Types of Forklifts

Forklifts come in a variety of classes that are designed to accomplish specific tasks on a work site. It is important to learn about the various forklift classifications to be the most productive. And so operators can be trained to operate each correctly and safety, reducing the risk of any

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Why All Warehouse Workers Need Forklift Training

When OSHA releases facts and statistics regarding forklift accidents, they aren’t just referencing the operators of the forklift; forklift-related injuries and fatalities affect all workers in a warehouse. Knowing proper safety protocols and being able to recognize and avoid hazards is a valuable skill not limited to the operators, but

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How to Avoid Forklift Overturns

Forklifts are the cause of thousands of injuries every year in the U.S., and according to recent statistics, 100 workers are killed in forklift accidents every year. A quarter of forklift fatalities are due to forklift overturns. Even so, many workers are still unaware of the dangers associated with operating

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7 Preventative Steps That Will Decrease Workplace Injuries

It may not seem time-efficient to consistently run maintenance checks on forklifts, but when a machine isn’t properly maintained, there is no way it can function at its highest potential. As a result, you see a decrease in efficiency and an increase in costs. But poorly maintained forklift affect much

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