Category : Forklift Certification

Warehouse Maintenance: Staying on Schedule, Keeping It Clean & Other Tips

All productive, well-run warehouses have one thing in common: they are regularly maintained. Just like a clean household, every warehouse needs some sort of regular schedule to keep everything on track. For warehouses, this means routine inspections, regular cleanings, safety checks, and much more.

The Guinness Book of World Records: Forklift Edition

The Guinness Book of World Records has been around a while. Since the early 1950s, Guinness has tracked, calculated, verified, confirmed, measured, weighed, studied everything from the fastest bird in the world (that’s how the idea for the Guinness World Records started) to the most Read More…

5 Tips for Stacking Pallets Properly

Stacking pallets properly, whether working with a pallet jack, forklift, hand pallet pump, or other machines, has the potential to prevent many accidents that routinely happen in warehouses. Knowing and using certain safety principles, proper work practices, and the right equipment for the job can help Read More…

How to Determine a Hazardous Load

As a forklift operator, you may be tasked with handling hazardous loads. It’s important that you handle the load with the utmost care, according to OSHA’s guidelines. But before you can safely handle the hazardous load, you need to know hazardous load signs to avoid Read More…

How to Create a Pre-Shift Inspection Form

The pre-shift equipment inspection is a key component to workplace safety and ensuring the equipment your business uses on a regular basis is up-to-date and fit for employees to operate. To make this daily process easier and more efficient for your workers, create a systemized Read More…