Forklift Access Control
By implementing other forklift access controls within your facility can ensure safety for those who are not authorized…or even authorized to use a forklift. With a forklift safety system, forklift access control can be implemented with technology to ensure safety for those authorized or not authorized to touch a forklift or any other lift truck.
- Access a forklift with a QR code or PIN number. This only allows those that are authorized and trained to access a forklift. Otherwise, it will not start.
- Only those forklift operators that are current with the certification can access the forklift. If the operator has multiple certifications, but one is expired…the operator will not be able to access the forklift where the expiration has occurred.
- Seatbelts must be on! Seatbelts are a vital part of safety, especially if there’s a tip over with the forklift. If the seatbelt is not on…it will not go. If the seatbelt is taken off after movement has begun, the forklift will stop.
- Failed forklift inspection. If the forklift fails the inspection, again, the forklift will not go. Notifications will be sent to the manager or managers listed.
Forklift access is critical to safety in a facility. Be sure to use the proper forklift lock out-tag out procedures along with practicing these other forklift access controls to ensure safety for all.
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