Forklifts are not cheap, even when rented, so making the wrong choice can be costly. In the list below, we have outlined five of the most important things that you need to consider.
Short term forklift hire is the process of hiring the machine for a relatively brief amount of time (generally a day or two through to a few weeks). But when should you consider this sort of hire and what sort of impact can it have on your business? In the list below, we have outlined 6 of the main reasons that could cause you to consider a shorter contract.
When you’re new to forklifts, it’s understandable that you might have a lot of questions and uncertainties. In this blog, we have aimed to answer some of the more commonly asked forklift training questions in the hope of putting your mind at ease.
If you own or operate a forklift, it’s important that you perform thorough weekly inspections to ensure that it’s in tiptop condition and that it won’t put the safety of operators at risk.
If you own a forklift or two, did you know that Occupational Health & Safety requires them to be inspected before use?
Although forklifts are incredibly useful pieces of equipment, they can be dangerous if used incorrectly or by those without proper training.
It should come as no surprise that there is a correct and an incorrect way to operate a forklift. Operating the machine incorrectly could not only lead to damage of its components, it could result in a serious accident.
Did you know that attachments can be added to your forklift so that it can be used more efficiently or even to perform other tasks?
There are a variety of reasons why you might require telehandler hire – perhaps your usual machine is in the shop, perhaps your workload has increased and you’re unable to keep up, or perhaps your tackling an unusual job that requires the use of such a machine.
It is essential that your workers to receive adequate forklift training and qualifications if they are to operate such a machine.