Many employers have safety precautions in place to protect your body while you work. However, many of these programs and initiatives are focused on protecting your musculoskeletal health and preventing physical trauma.
Forklifts are small industrial vehicles that are heavily used in warehouses and large storage facilities to lift, move, and transport heavy or bulky cargo.
A unique power-operated fork platform is attached at the front of the vehicle that can be used to raise or lower cargo.
If you drive a forklift, you know that anything you can do to move more weight in less time makes your workday much easier.
Because of this, many forklift drivers desire to make modifications to their forklifts.
Simple as modifying a forklift may sound, there are many myths and rumors swirling around what changes you are allowed to make to your forklift.