10 reasons why forklifts topple over (and how to prevent it from happening)
Take a look at the 10 reasons why forklifts topple over in this infographic…
Forklift operation involves multiple hazards. Around 1,300 UK employees are hospitalised each year with serious injuries following forklift accidents (British Safety Council). Unfortunately, this figure is reportedly on the rise.
Forklifts pose a risk to everybody, not just the person who’s operating them, but to the employees who are working in the same vicinity as them, as well as passers-by. Forklift safety is something we take seriously here at Invicta. You can find out about the industry regulations our forks and attachments adhere to in this previous infographic.
This infographic looks at a specific forklift hazard: tipping over…
There are all sorts of things that can go wrong, but tipping over is most probably the biggest danger when using a forklift. There are so many reasons why it can happen too. Here, we’ve listed some of the key risks so that you can be aware of them and hopefully prevent them from happening to you and your colleagues.
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