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Adaptalift Hyster
Adaptalift Hyster was founded in 1982 and they offer a range of Hyster forklifts that include multi-directional forklifts, narrow aisle forklifts and rough terrain forklifts, forklift attachments, used forklifts, forklift fleet management systems and ...
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Boom Sherrin supplies Australia with the largest range of Travel Towers, Access Equipment and Material Handlers. Boom Sherrin cater for any size project, at any location, throughout Australia.
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Subsidiary of internationally acclaimed Bolzoni, Auramo group.
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Reflex Equip, Australia's largest supplier of materials handling, lifting and storage equipment has been established for nearly 40 years. We design, manufacture and distribute a wide range of products across Australia and internationally through our ...
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As you know, a Melbourne forklift licence opens the doors to an exciting new career. And you may also know that it gets you more money too. So as you read this, you may want to keep in mind how easy it is to get your forklift licence.
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TASK FORKLIFTS has been distributing materials handling equipment nationally for twenty five years.
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Custom Forklift Sales is your one stop location for a wide range of machinery & fully operational Rentals along with qualified service from highly trained professional service staff.
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31/03/10 - Experienced drivers can do a 2 day course from Australian Forklift Training with the driver training and license test held on the afternoon of the second day.
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30/03/10 - Australian Forklift Training provide answers to frequently asked questions regarding forklift training courses.
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26/03/10 - Supervised Training Courses now on offer from Australian Forklift Training.
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08/12/08 - According to Australian Forklift Training, carrying loads properly is an important yet overlooked part of safe forklift driving. There are several rules that are broken by forklift operators. For instance, forklift operators carry short pallets sitting ...
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05/12/08 - When forklift operators get their licenses, they are usually taught to follow and adhere to basic rules for correctly parking a forklift. Australian Forklift Training observe that these basics are slowly forgotten and it is common to see forklift operators ...
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04/12/08 - Rear End Swing’ as WorkCover refer to it, is responsible for a majority of damage caused to racking, products and machinery. In the current forklift theory test, one of the questions that applicants must answer correctly to get their licenses is: Why ...
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03/12/08 - According to Australian Forklift Training, most sit down (counter balance) type forklifts have a narrow wheel base and can easily be tipped over sideways. Several forklift operators have no idea how close their bad driving habits bring them to tipping ...
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02/12/08 - Australian Forklift Training note that in the current forklift theory test, one of the questions that applicants are expected to know is the question of ‘How should bagged goods be transported and stored?’ The answer according to WorkCover is ‘Bagged ...
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01/12/08 - Australian Forklift Training observe that when a forklift tips forward, the back wheels keep lifting off the ground until either the forks hit the ground or the load falls off. The higher that the forks are off the ground, the further the forklift will ...
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28/11/08 - According to Australian Forklift Training, the standard procedure that forklift operators should follow when a fault is noticed with a forklift is to remove the ignition key, put an out of order sign or tag on it, and report the fault to the supervisor. ...
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27/11/08 - Australian Forklift Training refer safety measures on pedestrian safety from WorkSafe Victoria and gives a good 8 step plan for keeping pedestrians safe on the worksite.
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25/11/08 - According to Australian Forklift Training operators should always try and park their forklift on a flat surface. The parking brakes on most forklifts are only designed to prevent the forklift from moving on either a flat surface or a very slight incline.

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