The Right to Repair Act and What It Means for Forklift Owners

First introduced to Congress in 2007, the Motor Vehicle Owners Right to Repair Act requires the manufacturers of a motor vehicle that is brought to the U.S. commerce to provide the vehicle owner and service technicians with all information needed to diagnose, service, maintain, and Read More…

The Hidden Costs of Forklift Accidents

About one in ten forklifts are involved in accidents every year and cause almost 100,000 injuries annually. Besides the number of hurt citizens, forklift accidents cause many other catastrophes with one being the devastating costs.

How to Work with Asbestos

Asbestos, a group of naturally occurring minerals, is a toxic material used in many construction applications. Although no longer in regular use, asbestos is not banned in the U.S. and can still be found in certain flooring, insulation, and roofing products. Asbestos has been linked Read More…

What to do When an Accident Occurs in the Workplace

Think you’ll never be involved in a forklift accident? You might want to think again. Despite the best training methods, OSHA regulations, safety hazard warnings, and other measures designed to increase workplace safety, accidents happen all the time. Definitely more often than we think they Read More…

Complete Guide to OSHA Forklift Regulations

Powered industrial trucks, also known as forklifts, fall under Part 1910, Subpart N, titled Powered Industrial Trucks under the OSHA standard. You can find this information on OSHA’s website under Occupational Safety and Health Standards and Materials Handling and Storage. 


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