Forklift Equipment Support: More Than just Maintenance

At Fallsway we are committed to keeping your equipment up and running at the lowest total cost. This is why we offer a complete forklift support package including forklift repair and service, hauling and delivery services, forklift training, forklift parts and accessories, and much more! Get familiar with our award-winning forklift support in today's blog.

Forklift Service and Repair

When it comes to servicing your forklifts, we know that you want the job done right the first time. That's why we employ some of the highest trained technicians in the industry. With this experience comes the knowledge and expertise to solve any issue. We understand that when a forklift goes down our job is to get it back up and running as fast as possible. That's why we have a large mobile fleet of fully stocked service vans allowing us to come to you for most repairs. On average, we have a 4-hour response time for downed forklifts.


We offer service contracts for preventative maintenance and total maintenance for forklifts. Preventative maintenance is a flat rate charge for a scheduled inspection and lubrication program. The flat rate will cover the travel and labor portion of the maintenance, but not the parts themselves. We offer a follow-up letter and quote for any additional items that would need attention. Our total maintenance contract offers a complete maintenance and repair package for your forklift fleet. This contract is a flat rate predetermined monthly charge that would handle any normal repairs and also any scheduled maintenance that may be needed on the lift truck. This contract is tailored to your operation and equipment needs and all repair risks are the responsibility of Fallsway.

Click the link if you are looking to get familiar with our forklift service and repair capabilities.

Forklift Hauling and Delivery

Flexibility is key and that's why we employ a full line of DOT certified truck drivers to ensure your equipment arrives when you need it. We have the capabilities of hauling up to 45,000 lbs with the ability to unload or ground load as needed, eliminating any need for a dock. We service forklifts in 26 counties in Ohio, 2 counties in PA, and 2 counties in West Virginia as well.

Are you interested to see if we cover your county? Use this link to find your local forklift equipment service provider. 



Forklift Parts and Accessories

Another aspect of being a complete forklift equipment service provider is by offering high-quality forklift parts. At Fallsway, we put the customer first, and the best way of doing that is by providing parts as quickly as possible. Our Parts Department works to keep your forklifts running longer, at maximum efficiency, while also providing exceptional service. We understand that every situation is different, that's why we work with you to find the most optimal solution. Our Parts Department will customize your experience while also responding quickly to any order or quote requests. Once you work with us once, we have your order history and reporting saved so any future orders are as easy as a phone call.

Some of the services our Parts Team provides are forklift parts, forklift tires, forklift battery and chargers, forklift attachments, and much more! We also offer Parts for our other divisions including truck equipment, emergency equipment, towing equipment, and unloader equipment. Click here to read on.


Forklift Training

One way we help your business run smoothly is by offering forklift training courses. Our training programs are available to provide your operators with the fundamental knowledge of lift trucks addressing key issues such as:

  • Lift Truck Fundamentals
  • Stability, balance, and capacity
  • Pre-operation inspection / post-operation inspection
  • General rules of the "road"
  • Load handling techniques
  • Proper Refueling Practices
  • Battery Maintenace

We have a proven track record of reducing accidents and by meeting all OSHA forklift safety requirements we have you covered. We have various options to meet your forklift training requirements including:

  • Classroom training offered at our Akron location on the first Tuesday of every month
  • On-site training is offered and we will drive out to you and perform training at your location
  • Online training is also available, save time and enjoy the convenience of working around your schedule

At Fallsway we are here to help. If you have any questions about our blog, or just want to get in touch, contact us below.

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Forklift Safety Tips

Today’s blog covers several forklift safety tips you can use to help keep your operators, pedestrians, and workers safe. As important and useful as forklifts are to your business, they are equally as dangerous. OSHA estimates over 120,000 forklift-related accidents occur each year with just over one million forklifts in operation in the United States. Knowing how to safely operate a forklift is key to reducing injuries and potential fatalities.  It is imperative to make safety a top priority. Here are a few tips and best practices to keep in mind when developing your companies forklift safety program:

1. Operator Must be Certified

Simply put, operating forklifts should only be done by individuals who have been properly trained and have the proper license to operate the equipment.  Not all forklifts are the same and neither is every forklift license.  If your operators are not already certified, contact our Forklift Training department today.

2. Know your Responsibilities as a Forklift Operator

  • As a forklift operator, you must comply with all government regulations and any company policies.
  • Wear personal protective equipment when working with hazardous materials, such as fuel or chemicals.

3. Wear Appropriate Clothing

  • Proper forklift operator attire can include safety/steel toe shoes, hard hats, gloves, eye and ear protection, high visibility clothing, as well as any additional protection that may be required depending on the environment.  Having your operators tuck any loose clothing away can also help prevent injury as loose clothing could be caught on the machine, racking, or other obstacles.  Your facility should clearly define what PPE is required when operating a forklift and strictly enforce those rules. 

4. Inspect the Machine Before Every Use

5. Starting the Forklift

  • Use any steps or handguards to lift yourself properly into the forklift.  Keep three points of contact at all times.
  • Ensure that all controls are within reach and the seat and mirrors are adjusted to the operator’s needs.
  • Buckle up! Seatbelts save lives in cars and forklifts.

6. Be Mindful of your Environment

7. Monitor your Speed

  • The most important tip to improve safety and reduce accidents is to never exceed the speed limit that has been established by your safety team.  Operate at safe speeds and your accidents will lower accordingly.
  • Take corners and turns slowly to reduce the chance of tipping.
  • Stopping and accelerating should be done slowly and at a safe pace.

8. Ensure Safe Visibility

  • Whenever possible, always drive with your load trailing the machine as your visibility might be impacted by the load on your forks.
  • Approach intersections and doorways with extreme caution.
  • Utilize safety equipment such as strobe lights, blue spotlights, curtain lights, and alarms to let others around you know a forklift is in operation nearby.
  • Be careful of your surroundings when navigating any ramps or inclines.

9. Avoid Fast Movements

  • Going along with tip 7, avoiding fast movements, and maintaining a safe speed will ensure a smooth operation.
  • Sudden turns can be dangerous in many ways, including losing a load, tipping the forklift, danger to surrounding people, and many other hazards. Play it safe and avoid any quick movements.

10. Forklifts carry Pallets, Not People

  • Operators should not allow other operators to “catch a ride” on the equipment unless another seat is fitted.
  • A forklift should not be used to elevate a person unless a OSHA- approved forklift work platform safety cage is being utilized.

11. Ensure the Load is Secured

  • You should not move or turn a forklift until the forks are fully under the load. You should not lift a load with one fork.
  • Ensure pallets and skids can withstand the weight of the load. Check the data plate of the vehicle and ensure that it can carry the weight of the load.

12. Parking the Forklift

  • Be sure to always park the equipment in a designated area.
  • Ensure the forks are fully lowered, apply the parking brake, turn off the engine, and then remove the key from the ignition.


Following these tips can help reduce accidents at your workplace. Remember, safety starts with you and by leading by example you can help maintain a strong safety culture. Always remember to brush up on your safety tips each year, safety processes change often and there will always be ways to improve.

Let us know in the comments below your thoughts, we want to hear from you! Do we have any additional tips you would add? If you have any questions or concerns about any of our blogs, contact us!


Truck Mounted Forklifts

Fallsway Truck Mounted Forklift Inventory

Today we are discussing truck-mounted forklifts and how they are used in today’s world. Truck-mounted forklifts, also known as piggyback forklifts, are mounted on the back of a truck or trailer and load and unload materials from the trailer bed. A truck-mounted forklift is a valuable asset for any driver who handles materials from the back of their trailer. This equipment allows workers to manage worksites without a loading and unloading bay. They tend to be lighter and more agile compared to industrial forklifts.

At Fallsway Equipment we proudly supply two brands of truck-mounted forklifts in Manitou and Navigator.


Navigator truck-mounted forklifts offer a dynamic range of uses in various work environments. They have lifting capacities up to 6,500 lbs for handling larger materials when loading a back of a trailer.  

Key Features Include

Navigator Truck Mounted Forklift loading back of a trailer
  • Highly maneuverable rear-wheel steer
  • Integrated counterweight, adding strength and capacity
  • Dynamic with options based on the application requirement
  • Engineered to be robust and reliable
  • Time-Tested, proven design


Manitou truck-mounted forklifts offer a simple and effective solution to your material handling. Designed for top performance on rough terrains and can reduce unloading times due to its robust telescopic boom!

Manitou Truck Mounted Forklift mounted on the back of a trailer

Key Features Include:

  • Telescopic boom, capable of extended reaching
  • Compact and lightweight for easy transport
  • 360-degree view with no blocked vision
  • High Traction and stability with extra-wide, lugged tires.

Both the Manitou and Navigator truck-mounted forklifts are great options to have for rough terrain environments. If you are undecided on which one would suit your business needs, give one of our experts a call to help you make a decision! Click here to contact one of our Truck Mounted Forklift specialists and get a quote started!

Interested in learning more? Click here to view our truck-mounted forklift page!

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Tips for Buying Used Lift Equipment

Companies buy used lift equipment for a number of reasons. Some companies may prefer the lower up-front costs of used equipment or perhaps don’t require a new model for the application. No matter the reason for purchasing used equipment, it is important to keep several things in mind as you weigh your options. Read on to discover our tips for buying used lift equipment.

1. Buy used lift equipment through a reputable dealer

In today’s world, you can buy used lift equipment from a plethora of options. Craigslist, eBay, Facebook Marketplace, or attending an auction are all routes you could take. However, if you want to ensure your machine is reliable and verifiable then you should go through a reputable dealer such as Fallsway Equipment Company.

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2. Inspect the equipment

Seeing is believing and inspecting a used piece of equipment in person is the best way to inspect a lift. If you are unable to see a lift in person, you should request photographs and videos of the machine to ensure everything is as promised.

3. Maintenance

Ensure that the machine has gone through regular maintenance throughout its history. Request maintenance records as proof of the equipment’s repair history and as evidence that the condition is as the seller described.

4. Age

Many used lifts will be more than 5-6 years old but if you are able to find a newer piece of equipment, we suggest you go that route. Keep in mind you will be paying more for newer used lift equipment.

5. Hour meter

Similar to cars, in most cases the hour meter, or mile meter, is significantly more important than the age of the lift or car. Consider you are buying a 7-year lift with 4,000 hours on it versus a 5-year lift with 7,000 hours on it. In this case, we would suggest the 7-year-old lift since it has significantly fewer hours on it.

6. Purchase equipment with a guarantee

A great way to protect yourself in purchasing used equipment is by obtaining a warranty or guarantee. You can also protect your future with the vehicle by getting a maintenance and repair package. These services can all be provided by Fallsway Equipment, contact us today if you wish to learn more!

7. Environment

Inquire about the environment the lift equipment was used in or stored at. Clean environments typically will produce a more reliable machine than, for example, a lift that was used on a harsh work site. Fallsway keeps all used equipment inside of a temperature-controlled warehouse to ensure our used lifts are reliable.

8. Used does not equal bargain

Used equipment will always provide you with cost savings over new equipment, but that does not mean you should purchase the lowest price available. The lowest-priced equipment is typically closer to the end of its useful life and could very well be in disrepair. Ask yourself if you were buying a used car would you always purchase the cheapest one?


Keep these tips in mind when you are considering purchasing used lift equipment. Browse our selection of used equipment here. If you have any questions or would like to get in contact with our team, contact us today!


Meet the Equipment: CAT Hand Pallet Truck

For decades the hand pallet truck has been the most essential tool in material handling, providing the lift assistance needed for loading and unloading pallets on location. One pallet jack Fallsway offers is the CAT Hand Pallet Truck, engineered for its versatility and strength. These trucks are relatively small and use integrated hydraulics to raise and lower the forks for easy pallet transportation. Their compact size has made them ideal for use in warehouses, shops, and industries where they can be used in all sorts of applications.

CAT Hand Pallet Truck


            27” x 48”


            5,500 lbs


            Reinforced Ergonomic Handle

            Entry/Exit Roller System

            13 Grease Zerks at the Pivot Points

            Adjustable Push Rods


            1 Year On Pump – Full Pump Replacement

            6 Months On All Other Parts


            $399 each plus a $20.00 delivery charge

If you would like to learn more, contact us today! Don’t forget we also offer a full range of power pallet trucks that you could explore here.

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Meet the Equipment: Air-Flo Pro-Class Light Duty Series Dump Body

Air-Flo Pro-Class Light Duty Series Dump Bodies
Air-Flo Pro-Class Light Duty Series Dump Bodies from Fallsway Equipment Company.

When you need a quality dump body, look no further than Air-Flo. A leader in manufacturing quality truck equipment, Air-Flo provides top-of-the-line steel and aluminum dump bodies. The Pro-Class Series Body combines a sleek look with rugged durability. This body features dual side wall construction with a full welded boxed top rail providing quality strength. The smooth design of this model will perfectly match any chassis and will give you years of dependable service.

Some features of the Pro-Class Series Body include:

  • Horizontal lines and gussets with smooth rounded corners for a modern finish.
  • Body sides are constructed with 2 sheets of 10 ga. Steel for rugged durability.
  • Double-wall sides form a fully boxed top rail and include a 45-degree sloped, dirt shedding subrails.
  • The 94” inch wide body is fully welded, with 10 ga. steel throughout.
  • Quick-Latch® tailgate latching system makes tailgate operations a breeze.
  • The body under structure is built with 3” structural steel channels spaced every 12” and supported by 5” structural channel longitudinal.
  • High lift capacity scissor hoists with a factory-installed body prop are standard.

Pro-Class Series Body

Interested in learning more about our Air-Flo Steel Dump bodies? Contact us today!

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Planned Replacement for Block Trucks

When you have made the decision to purchase a new block truck for your fleet, do yourself a favor and plan ahead with a replacement date for that unit. I have seen all too many times 15- and 20-year-old trucks come in for repair and we find frame damage from corrosion that can only be repaired correctly by replacing the frame rails. This is an expensive repair that most often does not get completed and the unit is “parked out back” or parted out. Many times, I am then asked to remove the block boom, make all necessary repairs and install on a new chassis. That sounds reasonable but remember that the boom base was bolted to the frame and exposed to the same elements as the bad frame. It is now thinner and fatigued from constant use. The boom sections have become arched, wearing out the new roller assemblies much quicker. Now you need a new block truck,  YESTERDAY! Do not let this happen to you, plan ahead and contact us today.

The days of keeping a truck 25 to 30 years are over. Brine and other De-Icing agents have been shortening the life of the equipment that runs up and down our roads. I advise all of our customers to have a replacement plan and stick to it. 8 to 10 years is very common, but many rotate at 5 or 6 years. You may be surprised what you can get for a clean, well-maintained 8 – 10-year-old block truck. Currently, there are very few available on the market. If your application can use a single rail frame rather than a double, I recommend it. Manufacturers today have many frame options available. If a double frame is needed, just keep it clean and apply a quality rust inhibitor on a regular basis.
Good Luck and Happy Planning!

-Bret Meadows

Interested in learning more? Contact Bret today!

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Benefits of Renting a Forklift

Making an educated decision on when and why you should rent a forklift can help you improve your bottom line. Renting a forklift is a cost-effective way to expand your fleet, while not incurring a larger capital expense. Read on to learn how to maximize the benefits you can gain from a short-term rental.

Factors to Consider

Although renting a forklift on a short-term basis can cost more on a month-to-month basis vs leasing a forklift, it can still save your company money in the long run.  Below we will cover reasons why short-term rentals could be the solution for your operation:

  • Buying a forklift is expensive, and your business may not want to incur that expense at this time.
  • Temporarily replace an essential forklift that is out for service for repairs.
  • Intermittent need to move heavier goods that require a higher capacity forklift.
  • Handle increases in operational demands due to seasonal business.
  • Maintain productivity while waiting for approval to purchase a new forklift.
  • Testing new models in your operation, a real-time solution to see what fits best.

Forklift Rental Costs Are Temporary

A temporary expenditure for a forklift rental provides your business with much greater flexibility in managing the budget. Not every business has the ability to spend money on a new or used lift. When your business is thinking of renting, consider the following:

  • Ultimate Flexibility: return an unneeded rental at any time to reduce expenses.
  • Low Up-Front Cost: free up capital for other needs.
  • Care Free Maintenance: Fallsway Equipment Company includes maintenance in our short-term rental rates.
  • Guaranteed Uptime: Fallsway Equipment Company delivers premium brands maintained to factory specifications.

How Much does it Cost to Rent a Forklift?

If you’ve never rented before, you may be surprised at the cost of forklift rentals and how affordable they can be. Statistics show that companies that own their fleets keep their forklifts beyond their economic life. We often see companies spending more money to keep the fleet running than the fleet is worth. A short-term upgrade can get you an industry-leading forklift at less cost.

Forklift Rental Agreements

If your intentions are to go beyond a short-term rental, consider contacting us first to make sure you get the most of your rental. We will discuss the weight and size of loads, required lift heights, surface and operating conditions, and any other needs your operation may require. Once we start narrowing down your needs, we can discuss any specifics such as:

  • The need for optional features, such as additional lights, attachments, or alarms.
  • For electric trucks you may need to review the battery charger requirements. Some forklift batteries require charges that must be hard-wired and may require a professional installation. If you wish to learn more about battery and charger details, contact us today to understand your options!
  • Establish the timeline of how long your rental agreement will be. Rental rates can be assessed differently and spelling out the time period can save you money by getting reduced long-term rates.
  • Understanding charges for overtime if a forklift will be used more than the typical 8-hour workday, 40-hour week, and 160-hour work month.
  • Understanding charges for damages and review process when you pick up and return the forklift.
  • Reviewing your insurance policy.  You’ll need to make sure your company’s insurance covers temporary equipment, the operator, other people inside the facility, and the facility in case of an injury or property damage.

Equipment Available for Rent

Enjoy unmatched quality and selection when renting from Fallsway Equipment Company. Daily, weekly, and monthly rates are available for over 350 units, and with the youngest rental fleet in the area, you are guaranteed to find a piece of equipment that works for your operation.

Rental equipment includes:

  • Forklifts
  • Scissor Lifts
  • Boom Lifts
  • Order Pickers
  • Walkie Pallet Jacks
  • Warehouse Equipment
  • Telehandlers
  • Skid Steers
  • And much more!

Click here to view our inventory!

Browse the equipment above. Please call our rental team if you have any additional questions: (855)622-4379 or contact us via email here!


Are Electric Forklifts Right for Your Operation?

Today we are talking about electric forklifts, and the benefits you can expect when switching to electric. Once considered an afterthought, electric forklift popularity is booming. With improved performance, advancements in battery technology, and new battery types available electric forklifts are an increasingly beneficial option.


Every model of forklift has its own advantages, but choosing the right forklift is key for productivity. Let’s review some of the benefits we see in electric forklifts.

No Tailpipe Emissions

A clean workplace is a safe workplace, and electric forklifts give off zero emissions. With zero tailpipe emissions, you can avoid the many fumes and odors that come with gas. Zero engine oil, no fuel tanks, and no fuel tank storage needed.

Less Maintenance

With electric forklifts, you have longer maintenance intervals since there are fewer moving parts. You also no longer need to replace and dispose of oil and fluids with electric, except for hydraulic oil. This means less maintenance, less downtime, and more productivity.

Little Fuel Consumption

In today’s climate, fuel costs are rising. Another reason many are making the switch. The cost for electricity on average is significantly lower than the cost of fuel. How much would you save from cutting down on fuel costs?

Superior Performance

We are often seeing electric forklifts simply outperforming their gas counterparts. Electric lifts have automatic braking technology, leading to reduced wear while also reducing fatigue for operators. Three-wheel electric forklifts also turn on a tighter radius than gas lifts and have advanced tire technology. This leads to a more responsive machine, which means fewer accidents and more productivity.

Quiet Machines

Lastly, another advantage is that they are quieter machines. Since they run on battery power, they are significantly less noisy than their gas counterparts. Operators are able to hear what’s going on around them, leading to fewer accidents.


Electric forklift technology and popularity grow by the day, but electric forklifts are not the solution for every application. Let’s review some of the common disadvantages of electric forklifts.

Higher Upfront Cost

Electric forklifts have a higher upfront cost than LPG, gas, and diesel equipment. That said, the cost of ownership is lower in the long run.

Environmental Prone

Electrics are easily damaged in poor weather conditions. Any wet conditions, such as rain or snow, can severely damage the forklift. Many electric forklifts are not designed for outside usage, but heavy-duty models are often viable for outdoor applications.

Note: Many of the Jungheinrich Electrics are designed to be used outdoors and in weather, click here to learn more about Jungheinrich!

Battery Charging

If your operations are multi-shift, electrics may not be the ideal solution. Traditional lead-acid batteries can take up to eight hours to recharge and have another eight hours to cool off. However, with proper battery maintenance and opportunity charging your operation can overcome these challenges.

Note: With Lithium-Ion batteries coming to the market, battery changing is becoming a thing of the past. There are also lead-acid sealed batteries that allow for regular charging and do not require traditional “cooling” time. Interested in learning more about Lithium-Ion batteries? Click here to read our Lithium-Ion blog!

Despite these issues, many warehouse managers agree the pros far outweigh the cons. Now is the time to ask yourself, should we make the switch? To learn more about electric forklifts and if they are right for you, contact us today!

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Loading Dock: Safety Rules & OSHA Compliance

Loading docks are a critical point of commerce and are an essential part of a reliable supply chain. Warehouses, factories, hospitals, and many other businesses have loading docks located on-site. Today we will discuss the various safety rules that apply to loading docks and the safety hazards that can occur.

First, what is a loading dock? A loading dock is an area of a building where cargo vehicles, mostly trucks, are loaded and unloaded. The docks are leveled to a certain height to accommodate the height of cargo vehicles. They typically provide access to storage rooms or staging area.

Loading dock safety rules and OSHA compliance

Loading Dock Safety Hazards

Meeting dock safety rules may seem easy, just avoid the edge! While this may seem true, meeting safety compliance regulations is much more than that. Employers must inform employees of all safety rules and procedures then take the necessary actions to prevent accidents.  

Let’s review safety hazards we commonly see at docks:

  • A slippery, wet, oily, or broken dock surface can cause falls.
  • Unchocked trailer wheels causing injuries.
  • Loose dock plates can cause slips.
  • Carbon monoxide exposure, causing illness and/or unconsciousness.
  • Injuries from falling.
  • Back injuries from improper lifting and/or carrying.
  • Careless/reckless behavior around the dock causing injuries.

Many of these hazards are forklift-related and can be fatal. Slow down, watch out for others, and be aware of the edge of the dock when operating a forklift.

Clean loading doc

Loading Dock Safety Recommendations

OSHA has several loading dock safety recommendations to keep your team safe.

Be aware of Loading Dock Hazards:

Loading docks are especially prone to hazards as they are exposed to the weather outside. Your team should regularly be cleaning any leaves, water, or any other debris that gets collected in or by your loading dock. Oil from the forklifts are another common hazard we see on dock floors. Remember, a clean and dry working surface is an OSHA requirement. Do your part, keep your floor clean.

Be Alert to Traffic and Materials:

A loading dock can be a busy place and loud place. Be aware of any forklift sounds you may hear and pay attention to the materials itself. Many accidents occur when materials on the dock roll or fall.  Hard hats, eye protection, and hearing protection are required to protect yourself against any falling object. Finally, make sure to minimize all possible traffic around the bay. Cutting down on unnecessary employees around the dock will lead to fewer incident reports.

OSHA-Required Dock Barriers

Simply put, you must have safety barriers at your dock. OSHA states that any wall opening or hole with a drop more than four feet must have a barrier. This is a federal guideline that is enforced strictly, so make sure to check up on your local requirements. It is often recommended to use bars as they will have the most protection against a forklift or person falling off the loading dock. Visual barriers can be used as well, but only if a facility can prove a guardrail or bars would hinder visibility.

Safety with Truck and Trailers

Loading dock protection includes safety when working with all trucks and trailers. First, check that all truck and trailer wheels are chocked before loading or unloading. Also check that the vehicle is parked close to the loading dock. Make sure that the driver turns off their motor in order to prevent carbon monoxide exposure. Carbon monoxide is odorless, invisible, and it can be fatal.  Proper ventilation is a requirement around loading docks and should be inspected regularly.

Forklift Safety

Forklifts are often involved in accidents at the loading dock, and many of these accidents are avoidable. Firstly, it is easy to misjudge the distance between the edge and your forklift. By putting yellow caution lines around your dock’s edge, you will help prevent forklifts from falling off the dock. It is also recommended to use curbed ramps and dock boards to keep your lift trucks from sliding around.

Load and Unload Correctly

By loading and unloading correctly you are preventing injuries. Remember to always use a forklift, dolly, or any other aid to lift when you’re by yourself. When you must lift, bend your knees and keep your back straight. When using a hand truck make sure to balance and secure all loads and keep it at a height that you can see over.

Safely using loading equipment

Safety is a Priority

Achieving proper safety protocol is no easy task, especially at a busy loading dock. That’s why you and your team must develop routine safety training for all employees while also following all OSHA guidelines to help reduce accidents. Remember, safety starts with you.

Interested in learning more? Contact us today to schedule a consultation for all your safety needs!

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