"forklift safety" Articles
Does it pay to pay attention?
Operating a forklift in a busy, fast-paced environment can be hazardous. Forklifts must navigate around other vehicles, pedestrians, ramps, uneven surfaces, slippery floors, poor lighting, and blind spots. Environmental awareness is a critical part of forklift operator safety training to avoid accidents and injuries. By paying attention to environmental hazards, operators can prevent accidents and reduce the cost of doing business. In this article, we will explore the major environmental hazards that forklift operators face and how to handle them. We will also introduce TrainMOR, Morrison’s Forklift Operator Training company, which offers tailored training programs for businesses to ensure their operators are properly trained and equipped to handle any situation.
Are your forklift tires going to cause an accident?
A forklift’s tires can either reduce the chance of accidents or cause them. Tires are truly THAT fundamental to a forklift’s operation, so we always recommend a daily tire check. It can make the difference between causing an accident and preventing one.
5 dangerous myths about forklift safety
On National Forklift Safety Day, Let’s Dispel Dangerous Myths Surrounding Forklift Safety!
Forklift safety for pedestrians. It is essential for your plant.
How can we protect pedestrians in the workplace from forklift accidents and injuries? Pedestrians need training too!
Forklift Safety: Stabilizing the Load
Off-center loads, overloading, loading damaged or loose loads, and driving too fast are all too frequent causes of serious and fatal forklift accidents. In this article we review how forklift operators can ensure load stability to profoundly reduce injuries and death due to tip-overs, spills, and other forklift accidents.
Top Safety Devices for Your Forklift
Some accessories that outfit your forklift truck for safety.