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Parking lot

Marked traffic lanes

Marked crosswalks

Stop/Yield

to Pedestrian

signs

Operator who knows the

safety rules for handling

loads at proper forward

carrying height.

Maintain operator field of view,

Radio, Roto Beacon,

Mirrors, Forward/Back-up

Alarm, Seatbelt

Work Area

r truck that can do the job safely.

OSHA requires you to make sure

you are doing it safely.

ANSI B 56.1 provides:

The user shall determine if

operating conditions require the

truck to be equipped with

additional sound-proofing or visual

devises (such as lights or blinkers)

and be responsible for providing

and maintaining such devices.

Take time to check your area!

Little things make a big difference!

YOUR TRUCK

ials) available for customer order, which can include any or all devices

customer operating conditions. Kit orders must include truck model

irectly from Taylor Machine Works, Inc., Marketing Support Department.

ered in determining what, if any, additional devices are necessary for an

ependency, fatigue and pedestrian traffic patterns. In fact, some

r use of mirrors and alarms may encourage an operator not to look in the

es not fit all!

hich exist, the wide variety of alarms, flashing lights, mirrors, cameras,

gests that you consult with a safety professional familiar with your

fety requirements.

Signal Lights

Fire Extinguisher

Cameras &

Motion Alarms

Camera Monitors

Hand Rails