Poor visibility can be attributed to so many forklift injuries and damage to equipment, and it is not hard to see why. If you don’t believe , see these: In the US, on an average, approximately 1 individual is killed every 3 days in a forklift accident. In the UK, 5 workers suffer debilitating and […]READ MORE
Forklift safety has now become a priority for most of the organisations operating in Rigs, Marine, construction, material handling and construction fields. As a manifestation of safety regimes across the industry, forklift safety is rising up the ladder. It has acquired an important position in planning for prevention of injuries, thereby facilitating massive savings on cost.READ MORE
From decades ago, forklift operations have never been an easy task! Due to heavy loading, forklift operators tend to make blunders, which in-turn leads to accidents and damage.
As a warehouse/storehouse manager, it would become a vital requirement to reduce such accidents, if not avoided. However, even if one considers intensive training, strategic hires and equipment upgrades as significant steps taken, ‘Vision’ still remains the biggest challenge for the operators.
The vehicle which is specially used to lift and move materials to short distances is called forklift. Forklift is also known as lift truck, fork truck or forklift truck. With construction, manufacturing, warehouse, logistics companies growing each year, the demand of forklift is going to increase; this also lead to increase in forklift accidents.READ MORE