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Delivering the forklift safety message
Don Buckman brings 25 years of industrial safety experience to his role as chair of National Forklift Safety Day 2019. Here's what's on his agenda.
Government proposes second young-driver pilot program
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration furthers efforts to expand pool of qualified interstate commercial truck drivers with proposed pilot program aimed at non-military young drivers.
National Forklift Safety Day: Industry unites behind safety
National Forklift Safety Day serves as a focal point for manufacturers to highlight the safe use of forklifts and the importance of operator training.
Verizon: hackers are targeting C-level executives with social engineering attacks
Cybercrime endangers supply chain information, cloud-based solutions, customer data, report says.
Transportation Department updates rules for shipping lithium-ion batteries
New requirements strengthen safety provisions for transporting lithium-ion batteries on passenger and cargo planes.
Coming together for road safety: interview with Joshua Girard
A private-sector group called "Together for Safer Roads" wants to keep global roads accident-free. Joshua Girard of AB InBev explains how the corporate world is pitching in to do this.
10 situations where automation makes sense
Whether it's saving space, boosting productivity, or slashing processing costs, the benefits of automation can make it a logical move. Here are some signs that your operation is ripe for automation.
Shhh, you're in a warehouse
Redesigned truck backup alarm eliminates those annoying beeps.
Curse of the Internet: E-commerce creates new challenges for customs
Agencies are struggling to process a surging tide of time-sensitive e-commerce shipments while keeping tabs on security and regulatory compliance.
CP issues safety tips for hikers
"RailSense" safety campaign aims to cut down on collisions.

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