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Blog by Steve reynolds, Your Focus: Operating Safely at Height with Order Pickers
As order pickers are designed to operate at height, it is necessary to understand the extra operating procedures that will apply. Steve Reynolds examines five key safety measures to consider when operating order pickers within a warehouse.
22 Apr 2014
Blog by Steve reynolds, Your Focus: Knowing your forklift’s load capacity
As more forklift options and attachments become available, it is increasingly important for forklift operators to have a clear understanding of their forklift’s load capacity and the risks that are involved in exceeding it. Steve Reynolds highlights what forklift operators should know regarding a forklift’s load capacity and practices that should be in place in order to maintain safety around the workplace.
31 Mar 2014



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