National Forklift Safety Day

By MMH Staff · December 28, 2017
The industry's momentum continues to build, even as it changes shape to adapt to technology; acquisitions across technology competencies have heralded the arrival of Consolidation 2.0, while automation and cybersecurity shake up the way players throughout the supply chain do business.
By MMH Staff · June 13, 2017
Industrial Truck Association raises awareness for forklift safety, engages stakeholders to help spread the message.
By MMH Staff · June 12, 2017
Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America employees to observe the occasion at a company-wide NFSD event on MCFA’s Houston, Texas campus.
By MMH Staff · June 12, 2017
Improve safety with proper equipment and accessories for the application, along with identification of training requirements.
By MMH Staff · June 12, 2017
KION says safety award would not be possible without contribution from individual employees from the administration to the operating floors.
By MMH Staff · June 12, 2017
UniCarriers reaffirms commitment to the safety and well-being of everyone who produces, operates, works on or around forklifts.
By MMH Staff · June 12, 2017
The first 100 operators who register will get free e-learning versions of Safety on the Move.
By MMH Staff · June 12, 2017
Trelleborg emphasizes protection of one of American industry’s greatest assets: the workers.
By MMH Staff · June 9, 2017
Crown to combat complacency in recognition of National Forklift Safety Day on June 13.
By MMH Staff · June 14, 2016
Hyster offers free posters to help operations underscore a dedication to safety.
By MMH Staff · June 14, 2016
Regular operator training and consistent, safe processes yield increased operational efficiency and overall output.
By MMH Staff · June 14, 2016
Company urges stakeholders to commit to a greater focus on safety throughout the entire year.
By MMH Staff · June 14, 2016
Industrial Truck Association raises awareness for forklift safety, renews alliance with OSHA.
By MMH Staff · June 14, 2016
National Forklift Safety Day, sponsored by the Industrial Truck Association, serves as a focal point for manufacturers to highlight the safe use of forklifts and the importance of operator training. This special day provides an opportunity for the industry to educate customers, the public, and government officials about safe forklift operation.

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