Forklift Rodeos Promote Workplace Safety
Rodeos have been a part of rural life in America for more than 150 years. Cowboys, cattlemen, and other competitors...
Don’t Be Shy, Use Your Horn!
One of the most difficult things for new forklift drivers to learn is how to use the horn. This is especially true if...
5 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Forklift Accidents
Forklifts are heavy industrial vehicles that often carry thousands of pounds elevated several feet in the air. So...
With Forklift Driving, Practice Makes Perfect
Driving a forklift isn’t all that complicated. It’s a lot like driving a car — as long as that car...
Forklift Security Tips
It seems like every other week there’s a news story about somebody stealing a forklift and using it to wreak...
US Taking a New Look at Forklift Regulations
In a brief posting on page 8,633 of the most recent copy of the Federal Register published last week, the US...
Load Handling And Composition On A Forklift –...
In Load Handling And Composition On A Forklift – Part II: Safe Load Capacity we discussed factors that are essential...
Safety Vests Improve Visibility in the Workplace
Requiring employees to wear brightly colored safety vests while driving forklifts or working around vehicles can help...
Load Handling And Composition On A Forklift –...
Last time we discussed how the weight, size and position of a load are essential questions when loading a forklift. In...
Load Handling And Composition On A Forklift –...
Stability of the forklift is essential. If it is not stable as it carries a load, then an accident is waiting to...