Posts Tagged ‘ forklift safety ’

Guest Blogger: 3 Considerations for Training Forklift Technicians

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January 14, 2014
Congratulations you're now a fully trained forklift operator

We’ve been blogging for some years now and we’re avid blog readers as well.  Occasionally, we come across other bloggers who we think you might enjoy reading.  So, today we posting an article written by Tom Reddon of the National Forklift Exchange.  Here’s his post, then – Training staff can be a challenge for a […]


Do you know when to replace your forklift’s tires?

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January 7, 2014
forklift tires, cushion tires, pneumatic tires

If you know when to replace your forklift’s tires, you’ll have it over most.  They say knowledge is king and when you use that knowledge to keep your lift trucks up and running you will be highly thought of.  Not as a king, perhaps, but highly thought of.  Good enough, don’t you think. A lot […]


Let’s Talk About Safety. Again!

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December 13, 2013
Forklift Safety

We’ve written a great deal about workplace safety in the past year. It’s not as if we like to go on and on about it too much, but then, maybe we do.  Our blog is not exactly the USA Today in terms of readership.  So, if we feel that we are able, through these posts, […]


Renting A Forklift in Southern California

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November 19, 2013
renting a forklift in southern california

Are you ready for Black Friday, Super Saturday, and Cyber Monday?  Based on your past experience, you’re fully aware that renting a forklift in Southern California is an essential part of your Holiday planning strategy.  Sales, at this time of year, can be as much as 40% of your annual business income. So you know, […]


How is OSHA like the Spaghetti Western, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”

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November 5, 2013
OSHA, we can help

Elsewhere we’ve seen OSHA described as having three faces, a good one, a bad one, and an ugly one, thus answering our question of How is OSHA like the Spaghetti Western, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.”  By revealing that both OSHA and the Movie have three faces.  And as in that movie, starring Clint […]


Who’s Your Forklift MVP?

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October 22, 2013

At the end of the day, who’s your forklift MVP?  It’s not likely to be the guy who was the fastest out of the gate in that morning.  It’s the one who has learned the importance of taking mini breaks to stretch and ease muscle fatigue.  The shock and vibration that comes from operating a […]


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