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Forklift safety every day Forklift safety every day
National Forklift Safety day is making a difference in reinforcing safe forklift operations. Executives from forklift manufacturers discuss the importance of this government-recognized day and how the Industrial Truck Association emphasizes safety.

Maintaining safety is a group effort Maintaining safety is a group effort
Everyone has an important role to play in safety, says Melissa Fent, lift truck operator training manager at Crown Equipment Corp. She discusses the need for all employees at a facility to work together to assure a safe work environment.

The forklift industry's initiative to promote safety The forklift industry's initiative to promote safety
Scott Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing at forklift manufacturer Clark Material Handling Co., highlights the importance of National Forklift Safety Day, the industry's ongoing initiative to promote forklift safety and operator training.

A commitment to forklift safety A commitment to forklift safety
Don Buckman is the environmental, health, and safety manager and sustainability leader at Hyster-Yale Group Americas. He explains why Hyster and Yale support National Forklift Safety Day and how they will be observing the event around the country.

Spreading the word on safety awareness Spreading the word on safety awareness
James Radous, president and CEO of UniCarriers Americas, talks about National Forklift Safety Day and how this ongoing industry initiative is creating greater awareness of the need for safe lift truck operations.

Making forklift safety a priority Making forklift safety a priority
Brett Wood, president and CEO of Toyota Material Handling North America, outlines the forklift industry's extensive efforts to promote safety in the workplace.

Creating safety awareness Creating safety awareness
James Radous, president, Unicarriers Americas, talks about National Forklift Safety Day and how it creates awareness of the need for improved operator training. He also discusses how government is involved with the annual event in Washington, D.C.

Forklift safety every day Forklift safety every day
Brett Wood, president and CEO of Toyota Material Handling North America and immediate past chairman of the Industrial Truck Association (ITA) board of directors, discusses the forklift industry's efforts to promote safety in the workplace.

A commitment to forklift safety A commitment to forklift safety
Chuck Pascarelli, president Americas of the Hyster-Yale Group and a board member of the Industrial Truck Association, explains why Hyster and Yale support National Forklift Safety Day and how they will be observing the event around the country.

Why National Forklift Safety Day matters Why National Forklift Safety Day matters
Current chairman of the Industrial Truck Association's board of directors, Scott Johnson of Clark, discusses the importance of National Forklift Safety Day, the ongoing initiative of forklift manufacturers to promote safety and operator training.

Collaborating for a safe working environment Collaborating for a safe working environment
Everyone has an important role to play in safety, says Melissa Fent, lift truck operator training manager at Crown Equipment Corporation. She focuses on four stakeholders in particular who should work together to assure a safe work environment.

Making a difference in forklift safety Making a difference in forklift safety
The work done through National Forklift Safety Day is making a difference when it comes to reinforcing the importance of safe forklift operation, says Perry Ardito of Jungheinrich at Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift Americas.

Profile of ITA and the U.S. lift truck industry Profile of ITA and the U.S. lift truck industry
Brett Wood, president and CEO of Toyota Material Handling North America and chairman of the Industrial Truck Association board of directors, explains ITA's mission and previews new research on the economic impact of the U.S. lift truck industry.

A clear commitment to forklift safety A clear commitment to forklift safety
Colin Wilson, president and CEO of Hyster-Yale Group and a member of the Industrial Truck Association board of directors, explains why his company strongly supports National Forklift Safety Day and how Hyster and Yale will be observing the event.

The importance of a The importance of a "safety culture"
A culture that prioritizes safety in equipment design and production is a critical factor in Toyota's success in developing products that enhance customers' safety, says Jeff Rufener, president, Toyota Material Handling USA Inc.

Standing firm on forklift safety Standing firm on forklift safety
James J. Radous, president, Unicarriers Americas, talks about why forklift safety is so important, and what message his company would like fleet managers and lift truck operators to take away from National Forklift Safety Day.

Technology improves forklift safety Technology improves forklift safety
James Mozer, senior vice president, Crown Equipment Corporation, and a member of the National Forklift Safety Day task force, explains some of the ways technology is being harnessed to make forklift operations safer.

Three keys to forklift safety Three keys to forklift safety
Careful engineering, effective two-way communication with the customer, and a commitment to quality all play a role in the development of safer forklifts, says Perry Ardito of Jungheinrich and Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift Americas.

The cultural side of global operations The cultural side of global operations
Scott Johnson, vice president of business development at CLARK discusses the challenges of global operations and the implications of dealing with varying cultures in various markets.

MCFA Exec discusses growth in electric-power lift trucks MCFA Exec discusses growth in electric-power lift trucks
The shift from internal combustion to electric lift trucks continues to gain momentum. Jay Gusler, VP of operations for Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America, discusses the trends and the applications in which IC still make the most sense.

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