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How to Reduce Forklift Accidents On-site

Forklift accidents are a major contributor to workplace injuries and unfortunately, they occur all the time. According to SafeWork NSW, 1360 workers were injured in forklift accidents between July 2012 and July 2014.

One of the strongest methods of reducing forklift accidents is to implement a control system such as a proximity warning system. Many of the methods by which we try to reduce forklift accidents are largely reliant on the worker’s ability to comply with rules, while you’re not there to enforce them.

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