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Published on February 18, 2009

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Slide 1: Copyright © 2000 The Raymond Corporation, Greene, NY 13778. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of The Raymond Corporation. 2921_002.ppt Trainer Ground Rules : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.1 Trainer Ground Rules Ask questions. Pay attention. Listen to all ideas and opinions. Respect others at all times. Others? What Is The Number One Cause Of Lift Truck Accidents? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.2a What Is The Number One Cause Of Lift Truck Accidents? A. Operator error B. Unauthorized use of equipment C. Improper maintenance D. Warehouse design What Is The Number One Cause Of Lift Truck Accidents? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.2b What Is The Number One Cause Of Lift Truck Accidents? A. Operator error B. Unauthorized use of equipment C. Improper maintenance D. Warehouse design Source: Occupational Safety and Health Administration Major Causes Of Lift Truck Accidents : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.2c 1. Operator not paying attention 2. Overturning the lift truck 3. Handling an unstable load 4. Operator being struck by the load 5. Elevating a worker on the lift truck 6. Overloading and improper use Major Causes Of Lift Truck Accidents How Many Lift TruckAccidents Occur Each Year? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.3a How Many Lift TruckAccidents Occur Each Year? A. 37,600 accidents B. 68,400 accidents C. 29,200 accidents D. 45,500 accidents How Many Lift TruckAccidents Occur Each Year? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.3b How Many Lift TruckAccidents Occur Each Year? A. 37,600 accidents B. 68,400 accidents C. 29,200 accidents D. 45,500 accidents Source: Occupational Safety and Health Administration Injuries And Deaths Due ToLift Truck Accidents : Injuries And Deaths Due ToLift Truck Accidents Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.3c What Is The Most Common Type Of Lift Truck Accident? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.4a What Is The Most Common Type Of Lift Truck Accident? A. Worker struck by falling load B. Lift truck tipped over C. Worker hit by a lift truck D. Worker fell off lift truck What Is The Most Common Type Of Lift Truck Accident? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.4b What Is The Most Common Type Of Lift Truck Accident? A. Worker struck by falling load B. Lift truck tipped over C. Worker hit by a lift truck D. Worker fell off lift truck Source: Occupational Safety and Health Administration Most Common Lift Truck Accidents : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.4c Most Common Lift Truck Accidents 25% 14% 12% 7% 6% 4% 4% 4% 19% 12% Why Is Operator Safety Training Important? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.5a Why Is Operator Safety Training Important? A. Required by law B. Helps prevent accidents C. Reduces product damage D. Operators can drive faster E. Operators become professionals F. Protects operators and others Why Is Operator Safety Training Important? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 1.5b Why Is Operator Safety Training Important? A. Required by law B. Helps prevent accidents C. Reduces product damage D. Operators can drive faster E. Operators become professionals F. Protects operators and others First Rules Of Safety : Safety On The Move® Transparency 2.1 First Rules Of Safety Only drive a lift truck when trained and authorized to do so. Always inspect your lift truck before using it. Do daily inspections at the start of each shift. Report all lift truck problems to your supervisor. DO NOT drive an unsafe lift truck. What Is The Average Weight OfAn Unloaded Reach-Fork® Truck? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.1a What Is The Average Weight OfAn Unloaded Reach-Fork® Truck? A. 2,000 lbs. B. 3,000 lbs. C. 5,000 lbs. D. 8,000 lbs. What Is The Average Weight OfAn Unloaded Reach-Fork® Truck? : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.1b What Is The Average Weight OfAn Unloaded Reach-Fork® Truck? A. 2,000 lbs. B. 3,000 lbs. C. 5,000 lbs. D. 8,000 lbs. Facility Characteristics : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.2 Facility Characteristics Traffic patterns Storage design Pallets and products Mirrors, lights, etc. Special procedures Hazards Others? Travel Safety Rules : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.3 Operate from the designated operating position. Travel Safety Rules Travel Safety Rules : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.4 Pedestrians always have the right-of-way. Travel Safety Rules Travel Safety Rules : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.5 At blind intersections: Stop! Sound the horn and look both ways! Go slowly! Travel Safety Rules Travel Safety Rules : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.6 Travel Safety Rules No riders. Keep the forks as low as possible. Remove debris and obstacles from path. Never drive directly toward anyone. Use caution on rough, wet, and slippery surfaces. Look behind you when backing up. Travel Safety Rules : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.7 Use plugging to slow the lift truck and change direction. Use with the deadman pedal for smooth, controlled stops. Travel Safety Rules Travel Safety Rules : Use braking to stop the lift truck quickly. Release the deadman pedal quickly in an emergency! Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.8 Travel Safety Rules Travel Safety Rules : Safety On The Move® Transparency 3.9 Travel Safety Rules Park in a designated area. Lower the forks fully. Tilt the forks level with surface. Apply the parking brake. Turn the key switch off. Remove the key. Safe Load Handling Concepts : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.1 Safe Load Handling Concepts Center of Gravity Combined Center of Gravity Centrifugal Force Momentum Load Center Rated Capacity Center Of Gravity : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.2 “The concentration of the total weight of an object at a single point.” Center Of Gravity Combined Center Of Gravity : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.3 Combined Center Of Gravity Centrifugal Force : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.4 Centrifugal Force Momentum : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.5 Momentum Load Center : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.6 “The vertical and horizontal distance from the forks to the center of gravity of the load.” Load Center Rated Capacity : “The maximum load a lift truck is rated to lift safely at a given height and load center.” Rated Capacity Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.7 Lift Truck Tip Because of Load : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.8 Lift Truck Tip Because of Load Load is too heavy for rated capacity. Load center is too far from face of forks. Picking Up A Load : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.9 Check the load and ready the forks. Position the forks. Raise the forks. Place forks under the load. Picking Up A Load Picking Up A Load : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.10 Picking Up A Load Lift the load (and retract the forks). Move away from the rack. Lower the load. Traveling With A Load : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.11 Traveling With A Load Keep the load as low as possible. Keep the load level or cradled. Keep a clear view. Placing A Load : Safety On The Move® Transparency 4.12 Check the location and position the forks. Raise the load. Position the load in the rack. Lower the load (and retract the forks). Move away from the rack. Lower the forks. Placing A Load Ramp And Dock Procedures : Safety On The Move® Transparency 5.1 Ramp And Dock Procedures Operate slowly when approaching or leaving. Avoid quick starts and stops. Keep load against face of forks and as low as possible. Tilt forks to cradle the load and clear travel surface. DO NOT turn or park on a ramp or dockboard. Be sure dockboard is secure and at proper capacity. Be sure trailer floor will support loaded lift truck. Be sure trailer height allows adequate clearance. Check that the brakes are set and the wheels are chocked (blocked). Ramp Procedures : Safety On The Move® Transparency 5.2 Travel Up Travel Down Ramp Procedures Safe Battery Handling : Safety On The Move® Transparency 6.1 Safe Battery Handling Trained and authorized personnel only Set parking brake. Block deadman with battery gate. Use battery stand and puller. No metal objects on battery No open flames Battery caps on and vent holes clear Replace gates before travel. Safe Battery Charging Area : Safety On The Move® Transparency 6.2 Safe Battery Charging Area No smoking Have proper ventilation. Wear face shield, apron, and rubber gloves. Flush acid spills from skin. Know location of eye wash station. Neutralize spills with baking soda. Remove key from lift truck.

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