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The Safety of Your Forklift Operators Starts with Training!
By, Mary Beth Tomko Action_Lift Certified_Training Forklift_Safety Forklift_Training OSHA Worker_Safety Workplace
Are your forklift operators up-to-date with their training and certification? Action Lift can provide you with the ability to train, evaluate, and certify your operators—utilizing your own personnel.read more
Today’s Forklifts—Combining Technology and Comfort
By, Mary Beth Tomko Action_Lift Crown_Forklifts Ergonomics Fleet_Management Forklift Forklifts Lift_Truck Material_Handling OSHA Reach_Truck UniCarriers_Forklifts Warehouse_Solutions Workplace
Is your lift truck experiencing too much downtime? Does it cost too much to maintain? If so, it might be time to sell and upgrade to a modern forklift. Today’s forklifts are new and improved—designed with advanced technology and ergonomic features.read more
Handle Difficult Loads with the Cascade TURNAFORK™
By, Mary Beth Tomko Action_Lift Cascade Cascade_Attachments Forklift Forklift_Parts Forklifts OSHA
Lift trucks often use specialized attachments in place of traditional forks. These attachments increase the versatility of the truck in various applications. Take a look at this two-in-one attachment for clamp and pallet handling.read more
We Support National Forklift Safety Day
By, Mary Beth Tomko Action_Lift Certified_Training Forklift_Safety Forklift_Training Forklifts Lift_Truck Operator_Training OSHA Safety Worker_Safety
On June 12th, 2018, the fifth annual National Forklift Safety Day will be held by the Industrial Truck Association (ITA). The objective of National Forklift Safety Day is to educate individuals on the best practices regarding forklift safety, the importance of operator training and the need for daily equipment checks.read more
Stay Alert! The Importance of Forklift Warning Lights
By, Mary Beth Tomko Allied_Products Crown_Forklifts Forklift Forklift_Safety Forklifts Lift_Truck OSHA Safety UniCarriers_Forklifts Warehouse_Safety
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently announced the 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations for the fiscal year 2021. Number nine on the list points to the dangers of Powered Industrial Trucks. The types of equipment in the category are lift trucks (forklifts), tractors, platform lift trucks, motorized hand trucks, and more.read more
Brrr! Is Your Forklift Fleet Ready for Cold Weather?
By, Mary Beth Tomko Action_Lift Crown_Forklifts Forklift Forklift_Maintenance Forklift_Safety Forklift_Service Forklifts Material_Handling OSHA Reach_Truck Safety Service Service_Agreement
Frost is in the air and the days are short—yes, winter has arrived in NEPA. Just as lift trucks need extra care for hot weather, precautions for cold-weather months are equally important. Low temps can severely impact a forklifts’ ability to perform to its best capacity. Issues like tubing leaks, dead batteries, and cracked radiators can be the result of not having your forklift cold-weather ready.read more
Forklift Safety—Don’t Skip The Pre-Start Inspection!
By, Mary Beth Tomko Action_Lift Cascade Cascade_Attachments Crown_Forklifts Forklift Forklift_Safety Forklift_Training Forklifts Inspection Operator_Training OSHA Safety Worker_Safety
Operating a forklift is an occupational skill that can be mastered with proper training and experience. However, there’s a lot more to forklift safety than merely driving the vehicle correctly. A preoperative inspection is essential, which is why we’re presenting an overview of the steps taken before the forklift is put into service.read more
Guard Your Pallet Racking—Protection Pays!
By, Mary Beth Tomko Action_Lift Allied_Products Forklift Forklift_Safety Forklift_Training Forklifts Material_Handling OSHA Rack_Guards Racking Warehouse_Solutions
Receiving—Moving—Storing, and Protecting! Material handling activities can bring a multitude of challenges. One being, lift trucks coming into contact with pallet racks. The repeated impact from forklifts can cause significant damage to your facilities’ pallet racks. What are the reasons for impact and how can you minimize repeated damage?read more
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