Three add-on features to enhance your forklifts safety

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Studies show that thousands of fatal or near-fatal accidents are still happening every year in warehouses.
Amongst the causes, visibility is a major issue. With more than half of forklift accidents seriously injuring workers on foot, it's clear that more should be done to give pedestrians better warning when a truck is getting too close.

New standards to boost forklift safety

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Industry buy-in for effort to adopt new international standards
Forklift users across the country stand to benefit from intended safety improvements outlined in several international standards recently adopted in Australia, with more to come over the next 12 months, Standards Australia reports.



Forklift Safety

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 feb 2019feb 2019 3   

The forklift truck is one of the most widely-used tools in today’s workplace, spanning multiple industries. From warehouses to construction and every industry in between, forklifts can conquer heavy-lifting with ease. This ease, however, also presents many dangers. Fortunately, the dangers can be balanced through proper use, training, and safety awareness. The following are some free or low-cost ways you can ensure forklift safety in your own industry.


MLA Holdings Expands to Hunter, Newcastle, Central Coast, Gold Coast

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MLA Holdings Expands to Hunter, Newcastle, Central Coast, Gold Coast!
(Source: https://www.machines4u.com.au/mag/mla-holdings-expands-hunter-newcastle-central-coast-gold-coast/)


How to operate pedestrian forklifts safely

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 jan 2019jan 2019 sb   

Pedestrian Operated Forklifts (POFs) differ from forklift trucks because they are not intended to be controlled by an operator riding on the vehicle. While similar safe operating and maintenance procedures apply to all types of forklifts, the following control measures relate specifically to POFs. A licence/certificate is not required to operate POFs.


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