Should I Buy a Used Scissor Lift or Aerial Lift On eBay?

Old Atari games, comic books, clothes, art, and electronics – you can buy & sell just about anything on eBay. What about aerial lifts and scissor lifts? Seems far-fetched, right? Actually, there are a growing number of companies and individuals who buy & sell them on eBay every day. As of this blog, there are […]

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10 Top Posts: Week of December 7th

Forklift and material handling information is shared or posted daily through dozens of sources. Websites, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, G+, Facebook and more share company and industry news, product insights as well as operational and safety information. Much of what is … Continue reading

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Is Stack of Boxes a Workplace Hazard? Workers’ Comp Depends on Answer

In some states, workers’ comp won’t provide disability coverage if an employee’s injury resulted from a hazard that regularly occurs outside the workplace. That’s why in this case, defining what is and what isn’t a workplace hazard determined whether an employee received benefits.
Elizabeth Wilson worked as a manager at a Dollar Tree store in […]

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OSHA Chief Calls for Higher Penalties

Leaders of OSHA and EPA testified last week before two U.S. Senate committees about federal agencies’ progress in strengthening regulations that apply to chemical facilities, based on the West, Texas ammonium nitrate explosion, as well as the DuPont chemical plant release in LaPorte, Texas, in November 2014, and other recent incidents.
The Senate HELP Committee and […]

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10 Top Posts: Week of November 30th

Forklift and material handling information is shared or posted daily through dozens of sources. Websites, blogs, newsletters, Twitter, G+, Facebook and more share company and industry news, product insights as well as operational and safety information. Much of what is … Continue reading

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7 Winter Driving Myths Defrosted

With British weather being so unpredictable, drivers have to be prepared for all weather conditions – especially when winter starts to bite and snow becomes a distinct possibility. According to the MET office ‘January is currently showing signs of temperatures hitting “record-breaking” lows meaning parts of the country could see the mercury plunge to -27C […]

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What’s new/changing with OSHA regs in 2015?

With two years to go in the current administration, OSHA plans to create some new regulations and update some old ones.
Federal agencies just released their Fall 2014 regulatory agendas. OSHA plans to issue three final rules in 2015:

Confined Spaces in Construction (March 2015): Although OSHA has confined space regulations for general industry, it doesn’t […]

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