Forklift violations regularly appear on OSHA’s annual list of most frequently cited standards, and for good reason: Lift trucks are serious equipment, and misuse can easily lead to an onsite injury. For the 2019 fiscal year, “powered industrial trucks, general industry" was the 7th most cited set of standards, right below “ladders, construction" and ahead of “fall protection - training requirements.”
Wire management isn’t always straightforward, particularly when working with bulk supplies. To keep installations running smoothly — and to reduce loss of inventory — installers need wire pull equipment that feeds out quickly while protecting reels from physical damage.
When working with potentially hazardous liquids, proper spill prevention practices are essential — but even with precautions, the occasional spill is inevitable. Sorbents allow for quick containment by adsorbing liquids, often neutralizing hazardous materials in the process. Whether you’re working with lift truck batteries, cleaning organic spills in a processing plant, or adsorbing petroleum from contaminated water, sorbents play a crucial role in spill response.