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please read and follow osha safety regulations before using any forklift attachment. refer to following guidelines on forklift attachments.
What does OSHA say about forklift attachments?
Operators must be trained in the proper use of attachments because they alter the performance of the forklifts. Attachments affect the truck’s performance by changing its center of gravity, visibility, and capacity. These are the federal OSHA regulations and descriptions of forklift attachments installation and use: Common attachments:
- Slip sheet attachments which avoid the use of pallets.
- Side shifters shift the forks right and left.
- Container handlers designed to lift shipping containers.
- Carton clamps equipped with a pressure valve to squeeze the load.
- Cotton or pulp bale clamps that grab and hold bales.
- Paper roll handlers.
- Barrel clamps.
- Rotators that grab and rotate the load.
- Extending or telescoping forks such as in reach and turret trucks.
- Personnel platforms specially designed for lifting personnel.
- Overloading. The weight of the attachment reduces the lifting capacity of the truck.
- Tip over and falling loads. The attachment increases the load center by moving the load further away from the balance or fulcrum point.