Written on: June 7, 2021
June 8 is National Forklift Safety Day – but really every day should be National Forklift safety day at your company.
OSHA estimates that 35,000 serious injuries and 62,000 non-serious injuries involving forklifts occur every year – which is one of the big reasons we offer comprehensive Safety Training Courses to our forklift cylinder exchange clients at NO COST.
These courses are designed to increase safety awareness in your forklift operators and to educate your crew on how to handle propane fuel safely.
Here are just some of the questions you’ll find answers to at our trainings. To learn more about forklift safety, propane cylinder refills, or any of our other propane forklift services, contact us today!
Q: What is the proper way to connect a propane forklift cylinder?
A. Proper fuel handling is critical to safety in a propane forklift.
Q. What are some of the things I should avoid doing when handling a propane cylinder?
Q. What is the proper way to store a propane forklift cylinder?
Always securely store propane cylinders in an upright position in an area where they will not be struck. Do NOT attempt to repair a propane cylinder yourself – contact a qualified technician.
A propane cylinder exchange is the safest and most efficient way to keep your propane forklifts running. Our trained Georgia Gas staff will ensure that:
Make every day Forklift Safety Day with training and propane fork lift services from Georgia Gas. Contact us today to learn more about propane safety training and propane commercial service in Metro Atlanta!