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Weight and height capacities are found on the data ID plate.
The forklift capacity drops approximately 200 lbs. for every six inches away from the mast.
While operating a forklift, never back up without looking in the direction of travel.
Forklift lanes are always clear of pedestrians.
If you are operating a forklift and it begins to tip over, you should try to jump clear of the vehicle.
The forklift pre-trip inspection is required by law.
When a load is raised, a forklift operator may allow someone to stand under the forks if the operator needs guidance.
Negotiating grades is one of the most dangerous activities involved in forklift operations.
Forklift accidents are usually related to stability, visibility, and operating, environment.
Forklift stability is a primary threat to safety.
A safe minimum distance between traveling forklifts is three truck lengths.
If a ladder is not available, it is OK to elevate an employee on one of the forks on the lift.
A stiff suspension and short wheelbase with no shocks or springs makes handling and turning a load more stable.