Category: Safety

  • Mar 28 2017

    Safe Storage and Stacking in the Warehouse

    While many of the safety concerns presented in a warehouse environment involve the use of forklifts or other heavy machinery, there are also a number of safety issues associated with the way in which materials are stored. Whether stacked incorrectly, in a less than ideal location, or without regard to OSHA guidelines, there are a number of factors that can compromise the safety of your warehouse environment.

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  • Feb 14 2017

    5 Ways to Avoid Costly Mistakes When Choosing a Material Handling Supplier

    Material Handling is so much more than buying a forklift. It’s the lifeblood of any facility or operation that relies on the ability to move and transport just about anything. Think about this: “Almost everything in your life, both at work and at home, at some point was moved by a lift truck”. It’s connecting the world with the things they need in every aspect of their lives. So when your business is considering a material handling supplier, there are a variety of factors that should be considered…and it shouldn’t just be about the bottom dollar.

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  • Oct 27 2016

    Eliminate Danger of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning with Electric Forklifts

    Not all worksites are created equal. While many of the machines we offer here at LiftOne are meant for outdoor work, forklifts in particular are often utilized indoors as well. This includes, but is not limited to, factories, warehouses, and other jobs that deal with major indoor storage and shelving systems. These are jobs that involve not only hundreds of other pieces of equipment, but also other people as well. Because of this, there are certain types of forklifts, like electric forklifts from Hyster or Yale that will serve you far better in an indoor working environment. 

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  • Sep 27 2016

    Warehouse Safety Begins with Forklift Training & Certification

    If you're the type of warehouse manager who spends most of their day on the job site, there's no question that one of the biggest thoughts that crosses your mind is this: "Are we being fully OSHA compliant?" It's an important question to ask, and can affect everything from basic tasks to long-term jobs. For forklifts in particular, it's important to know and understand what OSHA expects for those working within their guidelines.

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  • Feb 10 2015

    LiftOne honored with the Hyster Dealer of Distinction Award

    LiftOne has received the Hyster Dealer of Distinction title.

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