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Any large piece of machinery can become a hazard when not used correctly. Weighing up to 4,000 kilograms, it’s no surprise that a forklift is one of the most dangerous pieces of warehouse and factory equipment. Despite only accounting for 1% of warehouse and factory accidents, forklift accidents result in almost 35,000 serious injuries and 85 deaths every year. The most common cause of serious incidents in the workplace are caused by speed, incorrect equipment, poor maintenance or lack of operational understanding, and with many types of forklifts available, it's important to know exactly what hazards to look for when using and choosing the forklift for your job. Lucky for you, these are all factors that can be prevented to reduce your risk of workplace injury. Take a look at our list below to understand each top cause of forklift accidents and how you can prevent them in your workplace.Read more here
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