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The only forklift safety checklist you'll ever need to operate your vehicles effectively

The power of forklifts makes them indispensable, but also dangerous. Often when employees grow accustomed to using forklifts they tend to stop thinking of them as a safety hazard and forget or neglect to follow some important operating and maintenance procedures. When forklift injuries occur, they're usually serious given the tremendous weight of those powerful machines. Read more here: http://www.ccohs.ca/headlines/text16.html

Warehouse Suggestions from Forklift Operators

There are fundamental and rudimentary steps that you can talk to enhance and optimize daily forklift operations from a macro-level warehouse standpoint. Whether it be the integration of new equipment, assurance of proper lighting, or continuous safety training, these are behaviors and practices you can take to build up consistency in your forklift operations. This blog article covers off three strategies to cross new thresholds in efficiency, productivity, and safety across the warehouse. http://www.nfe-lifts.com/3-warehouse-suggestions-from-forklift-operators/

Lift truck technology: How to listen to a lift truck

Few fleet managers will be surprised to learn that a modern lift truck can collect data about every facet of its operation, well beyond the simple hour meter. Many are familiar with the concept that microprocessors onboard even the most standard lift trucks are ready to interface with computers, tablets, voice systems or a warehouse management system (WMS). What some may not realize is that this capability is not reserved solely for massive fleets with deep pockets. This article shows how the lift truck is evolving into a platform for data collection that enables managers to optimize the equipment, the operator and the facility. http://www.mmh.com/article/lift_truck_technology_how_to_listen_to_a_lift_truck

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By Matt Powell

How to choose a forklift that matches your needs perfectly

The specifications of a particular forklift have to match the particular facility where it's going to be used and the tasks for which it will be used. This especially is important for companies with many facilities or large facilities that require a large number of forklifts, as they often have a number of different tasks for which forklifts are needed and each area of a large facility will offer different structural features. Read more here: http://www.ehstoday.com/forklift-safety/how-choose-right-forklift-your-operation
By Matt Powell

The 4-1-1 on Forklift Safety

Forklift safety must be taken nothing but seriously. Read more from a number of industry insiders on forklift safety best practices: http://www.ehstoday.com/forklift-safety/4-1-1-forklift-safety
By Matt Powell

This forklift technique won't ever be approved by the OHSA

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All Lift Joins the ECHL's Brampton Beast in support of Family Transition place in Orangeville

This is a charity initiative that All-lift sponsored on behalf of Family Transition place in Orangeville, an organization that is devoted to helping women in the community that have experienced abuse.
By Matt Powell

Use a CombiLift to get a full view of your intended path without a signaler

The town of Innisfil, Ont. has been fined $100,000 after a worker was critically injured by a large shelving unit that was being moved by a loader equipped with forks. The court found the defendant failed to ensure procedures provided in the Industrial Establishments Regulation (Regulation 851) were followed. Section 56 of that regulation states that where the operator of a vehicle, mobile equipment, crane or similar material handling equipment does not have a full view of the intended path of travel, there must be a competent person acting as a signaler. The signaler must be stationed in full view of the operator, with a full view of the intended path of travel of the vehicle, mobile equipment, crane or similar material handling equipment and its load. The signaler must also be clear on the intended path of travel. Failing to follow the procedures in the regulation is also an offence under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The court also imposed a 25% victim fine surcharge as required by the Provincial Offences Act. The surcharge is credited to a special provincial government fund to assist victims of crime. The Combilift is a 4 Directional Forklift and allows you to have full view of path of travel. Reach out today to learn more: http://combilift.ca/
By Matt Powell

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The growing role of automation in e-commerce

https://www.forbes.com/sites/adigaskell/2017/11/09/the-growing-role-of-automation-in-e-commerce/#573dd9762e0d
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What's the most energy-efficient forklift All-Lift carries?

By Matt Powell 11, 2017
I'm looking for ways to reduce energy costs in my facility. I'd like to update our forklift fleet with more energy efficient models. What are some factors I should be looking for in a forklift that makes some more energy efficient than others? What model should I be looking for?
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