Any piece of potentially dangerous equipment such as a forklift truck will have a number of safety provisions built in to reduce the risk of accidents. Having these features in place could save someone’s life but they are no good if they don’t work, which is why there is comprehensive regulatory guidance on the frequency and type of inspections forklifts and other warehousing lifting equipment.
It may not be as dramatic as a forklift truck collision, but the statistics indicate that slips and trips are a key contributor to warehouse accidents. Around a quarter of major injuries (broken bones, injuries requiring hospitalisation for more than 24 hours etc) in the warehousing industry are caused by workers slipping or tripping.
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