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7 Memorable Truck Driver Safety Messages That Can Save Lives

The trucking industry plays a crucial role in the US economy—from delivering raw materials to distributing finished goods to your favorite stores.  For all that they do, truck drivers have one of the…

The 7 Essential Elements of Traffic Safety for Warehouses

Warehouses are filled with safety hazards that can result in injury, illness, and fatalities. Some traffic safety hazards common in warehouses include involvement with open-bed trucks, forklifts, conveyors,…

A Guide to Effective Warehouse Safety Training that Engages Employees

There’s a reason that warehouse safety should be the most pressing concern for warehouse managers and their employees. Warehouses and distribution centers see constant activity — usually involving…

Top 4 Most Common Warehouse Accidents and How to Avoid Them

You start off the day with high hopes, your warehouse production and distribution is on target. Suddenly there is an accident on the warehouse floor and everything goes wrong in the blink of an eye. Production…

Must-Have Safety Policies to Avoid Forklift Warehouse Accidents

The most commonly used equipment on a worksite is the forklift. Forklifts are powerful, and like any other industrial machine, there’s a risk involved when operating them.

Expert Recommendations: How to Implement an Effective Warehouse Safety Policy

A safe and secure warehouse is the heartbeat of any business dealing in transportation and logistics.  Warehouse safety should be at the core of your standards and procedures to mitigate lawsuits, payouts,…

4 Essential Truck Driving Safety Topics to Cover in Training

Your next truck driving safety training is coming up. You know you have to keep it short and sweet because getting all your drivers to a meeting is challenging. Giving long lectures either bores your drivers…

4 Truck Driver Safety Tips to Minimize Risks and Accidents

Did you know that truck driving is the seventh deadliest occupation in America? Truck driving is a dangerous job with an average death rate of 26.8 per 100,000 people, while on average other occupations…

6 Essential Warehouse Safety Rules to be OSHA Compliant

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 145,000 people work in over 7,000 warehouses. However, there has been a steady rise in warehouse-related injuries and fatalities every year. Statistics…

5 High-Risk OSHA Compliance Rules for Safety Officers

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets workplace safety and health standards. These help to reduce workplace injuries and remove serious hazards. They also improve workplace safety…

Preventing Flatbed Truck Fall Accidents

Did you know falls from height, including falls from flatbed trucks, are one of the major causes of serious injuries and fatalities at a workplace? In fact, every year in the US, dozens of drivers and…

Why You Need Protection Against Falls From Flatbed Trailers – NOW

In previous communications (see Truck Fall Prevention.com website), we told you the reasons you need the NoFalls System to protect your drivers/warehouse employees against falls from flatbed trailer decks. OSHA…

Fall Accidents: How Truckers Can Use the NoFalls System to Prevent Flatbed Trailer Truck Falls

Falls from or on flatbed trailer truck decks can cause serious injuries or even death. If you run a trucking business and employ dozens of drivers, falls pose a major threat to your business. Our flatbed…

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