Physics-Flouting Forklifts Caught on Video

Operators frequently order their forklifts to try breaking the laws of physics by moving loads these machines weren’t designed to handle. As these videos demonstrate, that’s a fool’s mission. Each one of them illustrates gaping problems of judgment that any experienced material handler could identify. But there are also plenty of smaller issues in these that need amplification. Pretend you’re a trainer and see if you can spot all the problems you’d point out to the troubled trainees in these situations.

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