Proper lighting A worker knowledgeable of workplace dangers with reflective vest and radio. Marked pedestrian aisles for spotters/checkers. Clear safe pedestrian aisles 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 For every industry, there is a Taylor truck that can do the job safely. “TAYLORIZE” YOUR TRUCK Taylor Machine Works has kits (comprising all installation/mounting materials) available for customer order, which can include any or all devices shown in this brochure. Kit contents will depend on individual needs and customer operating conditions. Kit orders must include truck model number and serial number. Order from your authorized Taylor dealer or directly from Taylor Machine Works, Inc., Marketing Support Department. As discussed in Safety Check , pages 31-37, many factors must be considered in determining what, if any, additional devices are necessary for an increase in safety in your operation: ambient noise, habituation, filtering, dependency, fatigue and pedestrian traffic patterns. In fact, some devices may have a net decrease in the safety of your operation. Improper use of mirrors and alarms may encourage an operator not to look in the direction of travel. Remember, in choosing ancillary devices: One size does not fit all! Given the wide variety of manufacturing and material handling situations which exist, the wide variety of alarms, flashing lights, mirrors, cameras, and other devices which are commercially available, Taylor strongly suggests that you consult with a safety professional familiar with your type of industrial setting when assessing your specific workplace safety requirements. Every work site is different and operating conditions change moment by moment. By establishing and enforcing forklift/pedestrian lanes you can increase the safety of your workers and others. Keep pedestrians out of areas where trucks operate and always require operators to look in the direction of and keep a clear view of the path of travel. 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. Do the job and do it safely! Little things make a big difference! Internal Mirrors Lights & Beacon Non-skid Steps External Mirrors Signal Lights Fire Extinguisher Cameras & Motion Alarms Camera Monitors Hand Rails