At Granville Island this morning the boomlift operator is painting the cement silos – hope he did a worksite inspection!
Forklift, boom lift or scissor lift use in a public area means the operator must ensure safety for pedestrians. Not like this! Cones, cordons or flag persons help to keep people out of the working area. In Martin’s Forklift corporate training programs we always cover this topic.Read more
A scissor lift operator in the US was fatally injured last month when driving through a doorway and trapping his head between the railing and the door frame. The most common accidents with scissor lifts include crushing injuries, electrocution, tip overs, and falls. WorkSafeBC has some useful tips on using a scissor lift – also known […]Read more
Thank you to all the forklift and aerial lift operators we have trained in 2017 – from Campbell River to Parksville, Vancouver, Sechelt and beyond. Wishing you happy and safe holidays from Martin’s Forklift Training. Remember drive it slow, keep it low and look behind before you go and always be a “smooth operator”.Read more