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19/11/08 - According to Australian Forklift Training, a number of people do not have enough range of movement in their necks to look over both shoulders. Being overweight, old age, previous accidents and injuries are some of the factors that cause this physical ...
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18/11/08 - According to WorkCover, people cannot start driving forklifts until they are 17 years of age or hold a Certificate of Competency until they reach 18 years. According to Australian Forklift Training, young people can start to drive forklifts under the ...
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17/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training offer their comments on when a forklift driver requires refresher training. According to the WorkCover website, it is the duty of the forklift employer to ensure that the employees are provided with the information, instruction, ...
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14/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training share their views on the question of who has right of way when it comes to forklifts. Pedestrians always have right of way over forklifts. Forklift companies should allocate set walkways and systems to teach pedestrians where ...
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13/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training observe that it is important for each forklift company to allocate set areas for parking forklifts, so that forklift operators know exactly where they should and should not leave their machines. Parking areas should be ...
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12/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training discuss whether forklifts require reversing beepers or lights. According to WorkCover’s website, the answer is ‘No’. However, if these warning devices are fitted to the forklift, the employer must maintain them. If a risk ...
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11/11/08 - According to Australian Forklift Training, there is no clear cut law that outlines how regularly servicing is to be done for forklifts. It is up to forklift operators and forklift companies to arrange for a maintenance and inspection schedule that is ...
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10/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training discuss on the maximum speed that forklifts are allowed to travel. The acceptable speed is defined as a slow, safe speed that takes into consideration the ground conditions, the environment, traffic, employees and general ...
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07/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training discuss on the importance of developing a drug and alcohol policy for workplaces. It is important to adopt a strict no tolerance policy to drugs and alcohol in order to protect forklift companies and their forklift operators ...
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06/11/08 - According to Australian Forklift Training, forklift operators are required to keep to the left hand side of road ways and wide aisles.
LiftnMovexx mobile towing unit
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05/11/08 - The LiftnMovexx, available from Richmond, is a compact powered mobile towing unit. Heavily loaded trolleys, hospital beds or logistic roll cages full or cartons, crates, goods, etc can be easily moved with Richmond’s LiftnMovexx mobile towing unit.
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05/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training recommend that all companies adopt a strict no smoking policy on and around all of their forklifts. The batteries in electric machines produce explosive gases that can easily be ignited by a cigarette. LPG forklifts are only ...

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