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what should forklift operator do?

If a load appears to be stacked unsafely and in danger of collapse. What are the steps that can help?
  • Posted 25 Oct 2017 17:50
  • Discussion started by suman_v
  • delhi, India
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Step One. Insure that everyone is moved out of harms way.
Step Two. Insure that the area is marked so that nobody enters
Step Three. Now is the time to try to look to stopping the collapse. And how to stop it always depends on where, what.
The load is replaceable, people are not and are the only thing that matters.
  • Posted 27 Oct 2017 01:48
  • Reply by Canada
  • Ontario, Canada

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