National Forklift Safety Day 2018
Here is our special coverage to mark the fifth annual National Forklift Safety Day, June 12.
On June 12, members of the Industrial Truck Association (ITA) will take part in the fifth annual National Forklift Safety Day in Washington, D.C., and around the country. This event provides an opportunity for the industry to educate customers and government officials about the safe use of forklifts and the importance of proper operator training.
As the official media sponsor of National Forklift Safety Day, DC Velocity has created this special section about forklift safety. Included in this section are: an interview with ITA's new chairman, Scott Johnson; a feature story on how forklift manufacturers ensure proper operator training in their own facilities; and a roundup of some new forklift safety-related products.
National Forklift Safety Day 2018 articles:
- Carrying on the safety tradition
Industrial Truck Association chairman Scott Johnson talks about the goals of National Forklift Safety Day and how he plans to build on past successes to support the organization's mission in the future.
- Master class
If anyone understands how to safely operate lift trucks, it's the companies that design and manufacture the equipment. A look at how they train their own employees reveals best practices any forklift fleet can adopt.
- Spotlight on forklift safety products
These new products are designed to enhance the safety of forklift operators and pedestrians wherever lift trucks are in use.
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