• Filter by Focus
    • Operation
    • Safety
    • Strategy
    • Technology
  • Filter by Type
    • Graphic
    • Infographic
    • TMHOH Blog Post Resources
    • TMHOH Video Archives
    • White Paper

Signs You Need To Replace Your Forklift Forks

When compared to the whole machine, forklift forks aren’t very large—they’re a mere 48 inches. However, damage to the forks renders...

Key Features To Look for When Buying a Forklift

We all remember our first time buying a car. Walking onto the car lot, we were thrilled and overwhelmed by the...

Ways To Increase Pedestrian Safety Near Forklifts

On average, forklift accidents cause 85 fatalities annually. Ten percent of them are the result of being struck by a forklift....

The Technology Behind Pneumatic Tires

They say one of humanity’s greatest inventions was the wheel. In that case, its second greatest invention must have been the...

The Importance of Continued Education for Forklift Operators

If one goes into education, law, or medicine, their companies expect them to pursue continuing education. The goal of this is...

How To Operate Stand-Up Forklifts

When it comes to navigating particularly narrow aisles, there are few vehicles more effective than stand-up forklifts. These versatile machines are...

The Difference Between Counterbalance and Reach Forklifts

You wouldn’t bring a limousine to tow a car out of a ditch, and you wouldn’t send a mud-splattered pick-up truck...

OSHA Guidelines for Operating an Order Picker Forklift

Order picker forklifts revolutionized the world of material handling. Because these forklifts elevate the operator with the load itself, it is...

Common Signs Your Forklift Needs To Be Repaired

The last thing any manager wants is to pay for forklift repairs. However, the only thing worse than needing to pay...

Safety

Ways To Stay Warm While Operating a Forklift

Winter is one of the more dangerous seasons for forklift operations. Snowy weather makes forklifts more prone to accidents—but even worse...