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Komatsu Warehouse Forklifts

Komatsu Warehouse Forklifts

Warehouse Forklift Maintenance
Having a proper maintenance program for forklifts would help to increase the lifespan of the machinery and is also a critical factor to the safe operation of the equipment. Completing regular forklift check ups and performing preventive maintenance regularly would help to guarantee the safe and efficient use of the equipment.

Daily Checklist
In any forklift maintenance program, the daily checklist is an important tool to have. These checklists will document any potential problems. They are required by the OSHA or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The daily checklists can also be audited by OSHA during any routine inspection. Drivers must complete the inspection from the beginning of their shift. If any major problems are found, the forklift is not to be put into service until the issue has been fixed.

Maintenance and Safety Go Hand-in-Hand
Every year about 100 people are injured in forklift mishaps within the United States. Statistics show that roughly 20,000 individuals will be injured seriously because of a forklift accident. This number represents 54 individuals per day, 7 days a week, for the whole year. A lot of these mishaps can be prevented easily if the forklift had been correctly serviced and maintained. In several circumstances, it might seem like a cost savings to skip or delay routine maintenance, although, these savings will pale in comparison to the cost of a single mishap.

Items to be Serviced
In the owner's guidebook of each equipment, the manufacturer will include a maintenance schedule. These schedules would differ greatly, depending on the manufacturer and the kind of equipment. Each schedule would contain a variety of basic items. For instance, in a combustion engine, the engine oil and the oil filter should be periodically replaced. Hydraulic levels must be inspected too. Be sure to check hoses for any signs of cracking. Other items include the brakes, the transmission and the electrical systems of the forklift.

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