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A common source of injuries are tripping hazards, forklifts with their raised cabins, long tynes and cabin equipment present a number of trip hazards.
Tripping over or around a forklift can lead to serious injury or even death.
This blog outlines the most common trip hazards in a forklift; it also looks at safety measures that can be implemented to mitigate the hazards improving the overall safety for operators and those working in close vicinity to the forklift.
Hyster’s diverse range of forklifts cater to all materials handling requirements for timber businesses with small electric trucks for indoor warehousing and storage operations right up to rugged big trucks able to operate outside in timber yards no matter the weather conditions.
This blog explores reasons why Hyster forklifts are ideally suited for the timber industry.
Hand pallet jacks/trucks have become essential equipment for any business looking to move palletised goods.
With growing business needs for specialist manual pallet handling equipment, Adaptalift now offers a range of specialist hand pallet jacks/trucks
To assist our customers in providing the highest standards of safety in recent months Adaptalift has increased and enhanced our safety accessory offerings.
This blog will look at some of the forklift safety accessories available.
One of the main safety risks for order pickers is falling from height when exiting the cabin onto pallets, partially enclosed platforms or racking.
A common oversight in warehousing is underestimating the importance of racking inspections and maintenance.
Often at a glance racking can look 100% in working order, however when closely examined there are a number of areas where potential damage, defects and failure can occur.
Very narrow aisle (VNA) is a warehouse layout design to maximise the utilisation of available storage space.
By narrowing the distance of the aisles and using tall racking systems the maximum vertical and horizontal storage space is able to be utilised no matter the overall size of the building.
Adaptalift Group has a number of specially adapted VNA units to suit any application including man-up turret trucks, counterbalance aisle-master forklifts and ride-on reach trucks.
In July 2018 Adaptalift Group and Karcher Australia announced a partnership adding the full range of Karcher’s industry leading industrial cleaning products to Adaptalift Groups product offering.
This blog looks at three main types of industrial cleaning equipment being offered through the partnership including pressure cleaners, floor cleaners and scrubbers and floor sweepers.
As more and more warehouses and forklifts become internet capable, owners and operators have a multitude of data at their fingertips that can be utilised to make better informed decisions.
This week’s blog looks at how IOT connectivity and data when utilised through Adaptalift’s Forktrack fleet management system can assist fleet managers in better utilising and maintening their fleet.
This week’s blog is the final part in our series on elevating work platforms (EWP’s).
This week’s blog looks at 5 safety tips for EWP operators to be aware of.