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10 Rules for Forklift Safety Infographic

By Graphic Products | Last updated: August 14, 2020
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One million forklifts are currently in operation at U.S. job sites, and 110,000 forklift accidents happen yearly, according to OSHA. Put another way, if you drive a forklift, you have a 1 in 10 chance of getting in an accident this year.

Beaverton, Oregon -– One million forklifts are currently in operation at U.S. job sites, and 110,000 forklift accidents happen yearly, according to OSHA. Put another way, if you drive a forklift, you have a 1 in 10 chance of getting in an accident this year.

Recognizing the magnitude of unsafe forklift operations, industrial safety company Graphic Products developed an easily-digestible, highly-shareable 10 Rules for Forklift Safety infographic that examines forklift operation rules and regulations, lays out important statistics, and provides 10 tips for eliminating forklift hazards and enhancing safety.

How This Forklift Safety Infographic Can Enhance Workplace Safety

Despite the many benefits forklifts provide by moving materials around the modern workplace, they also bring numerous hazards. 20,000 of the forklift accidents happening every year cause injuries, some of them fatal, costing companies more than $135 million annually. Fatalities in this category are mostly due to forklifts being overturned, responsible for 22% of fatal accidents. Furthermore, powered industrial truck hazards are routinely listed among OSHA’s top 10 violations, netting the sixth spot for 2016.

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Graphic Products is the home of DuraLabel industrial printers and is an innovative leader, providing solutions for safety and visual communication. Founded in Beaverton, Oregon in 1970, Graphic Products places safety and protection of human lives as its number one priority. The company's full line of safety products and services are designed for the modern workforce.


Graphic Products leads the industry with safety training materials, educational resources, and up-to-date news and compliance information on topics like arc flash, chemical labeling, and pipe marking.

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