Take a look at this shot – did the forklift operator back into the wall or drive into the wall? This just goes to show how much damage a forklift can do.
Operators and pedestrians have been killed or seriously injured due to forklifts rolling when unattended. Operators must put the park brake on even when they are just getting off the forklift for a brief time. If you must park your forklift on an incline, the wheels should be chocked as well. How to safely park a […]Read more
Less product damage is an added benefit to professional forklift operator training. Operators need to be able to accurately judge: fork height, fork length, and tilt angle to avoid damaging loads. Broken pallets can further complicate safe handling. All subjects covered in our on-site forklift training.Read more
A pre-use inspection of your forklift should include tires – with solid cushion tires you are looking for chunks of rubber missing, tread depth and debonding. Finally don’t forget to check if all lug nuts are present. How to do an inspection is part of our forklift operator training program.Read more