Tinker Air Force Base Event: Pedestrian Safety Near Forklifts and Other Heavy Equipment

November 5, 2016

Pedestrian crossing busy forklift lane in a warehouse

Cisco-Eagle’s history in Oklahoma City and at Tinker Air Force base has been decades in the making. We have helped a variety of companies increase productivity, reduce inefficiency and advance their goals over the years. When people and forklifts or other heavy vehicles work in the same space, the potential for accidents is great —and the consequences devastating. In warehouses, plant floors, in hangars, or even traffic lots, we offer solutions to help reduce the chances of these accidents.

Visit us November 15th and 16th, from 8:00 to 3:00, building 3001 in the Oklahoma Room.

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White Paper: Pedestrian Safety in Forklift Operations

July 27, 2015

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36% of forklift injury accidents involve pedestrians. That’s tens of thousands of accidents a year in the U.S. alone, a great many of them with direct bearing on pedestrians, who are at great risk. Due to the sheer mass of forklifts, they are particularly dangerous for pedestrians. Almost all these accidents result in serious injuries due to the mass and size of forklifts. Forklifts account for 1% of industrial accidents, but 10% of injuries. That statistic alone should put dealing with lift traffic and the ways it threatens walking employees, order pickers, and others a top priority.

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Seeing Around Corners: The Danger Spots in Warehouses & Factories

August 28, 2012

pallet rack row end and forklift traffic

In an industrial environment, intersections can be dangerous. With fast-moving workers who are busy and probably distracted, and fast-moving forklifts that may have loads elevated that can obstruct the driver’s view, corners, ends of rack rows, and intersections can be the cause of many accidents. Whether it’s a worker walking and carrying a load, or a forklift on its way to the next pick, the chances of collisions, injuries, and damages are greater at intersections than most anywhere else. What are your options when it comes to making your intersections safer?

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Justifying AisleCop Forklift Safety Gate Systems

January 13, 2012

AisleCop Safety System

We see two kinds of operations that have utilized AisleCop® forklift safety gate systems. The first are those companies who have defined traffic plans and are looking to prevent possible accidents in high-risk, limited-visibility, or heavy-traffic aisles. They foresee potential accidents and are taking measures to prevent them. The second kind are companies who have had an incident, or a near-miss.

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