SafetyBytes® Forklift Safety: Physical Inspection For Internal Combustion Engines
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SafetyBytes® Forklift Safety: Physical Inspection For Internal Combustion Engines

The Importance of Forklift Inspections

There are forklift pre-operational checks you can do that will only take a few minutes to ensure your safety, the safety of the people around you, and the safety of your forklift. In this SafetyBytes® module, we’ll discuss the proper way to conduct a physical inspection on forklifts with internal combustion engines.

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Learning Path & Details


  • Keeping a Safe Workplace


  • Audible Narration
  • Linear Navigation
  • Integrated Video

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Trainer Comments: OSHA requires that all forklifts be examined at least daily before being placed in service. Forklifts used on a round-the-clock basis must be examined after each shift. Remember, A vehicle in need of repair, defective or in any way unsafe, should not be driven and should be taken out of service immediately.

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