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We don’t know how fond forklift operator Tomasz Wiszniewski is of cheese, but he could be forgiven for liking it a little less after becoming trapped under 55,000 tonnes of the stuff when 18-metre (60-foot) high shelving collapsed at a food distribution warehouse in Hinstock, England.

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Two workers were killed in a crane lift incident in Hanover, NJ.

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OSHA recently issued a proposed rule to extend by three years the compliance date for its crane operator certification requirement to Nov. 10, 2017. The extension was made in response to concerns raised at public meetings held by OSHA to garner input.

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What you must do to avoid forklift accidents and OSHA violations, plus the analysis and tools you need to put forklift safety into effect.

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Use this photo to train forklift operators and other workers how NOT to use a forklift.

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Use this photo of a forklift operator driving blind to train your workers on safe forklift operation.

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This photo illustrates the importance of protecting workers in road and highway construction zones against motor vehicle traffic hazards.

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If an employee wrecks or injures another person because they were distracted while driving on the job, can the employer be held responsible?

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A truck driver in Norway considered himself lucky after a trailer and his tow truck were pulled off of a steep snow-covered cliff.
Eyewitness Gunn Iren Johnsrud watched as the tow truck and its load were pulled from County Road 78 in Leirosen, Norway.

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CLEVELAND – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Falls Stamping and Welding Co. with a total of 19 — including one willful and three repeat — safety and health violations. OSHA began an inspection after receiving a complaint alleging …

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