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Forklift manuals and OSHA regulations have forklift safety rules and regulations, and it may be part of required training to take a refresher safety course every so often.

Looking for advanced forklift safety solutions? Compare camera-based vs. UWB proximity detection and find the perfect match for your needs.

Elokon has several advanced safety features to support your forklift operators, forklift accessories, and forklift tools from unnecessary injury, damage, and downtime.

Companies are increasingly looking for new ways to combat, decrease, and otherwise negate high industrial noise. One popular new method of combatting high industrial noise is electric forklifts.

Discover the importance of access control in industrial environments and how a robust forklift management system like ELOfleet can enhance safety, efficiency, and productivity.

Here, we’ll discuss the best forklift safety and fleet management options available, including forklift impact sensors, the benefits of smart forklifts, and how to implement forklift fleet management software.

To keep employees in your warehouse safe, it’s essential to be aware of the top safety concerns in an industrial warehouse.

What are the best safety investments to protect warehouse employees from accidents, collisions, and workplace injuries?

It’s tempting to think that your operation is so safe, and your forklift drivers are so well trained, that a forklift injury would never occur in your facility. But all heavy machinery carries dangers.