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Posted 4/19/17 at 12:08 AM | Sylvie Simms

How to Register Your Child’s Birth: A Step-By-Step Guide | Just had a child? Wondering how to register a new birth? Fast Birth Certificates walks new parents through the steps.

Posted 4/12/17 at 2:12 AM | Sylvie Simms

Choosing a Power and Free Conveyor | Learn how a power and free conveyor system can help your company by boosting productivity and freeing up space. Call us for more info at 888-852-1020.

Posted 4/12/17 at 2:07 AM | Sylvie Simms

Enrich Your Children's Travel Experience with Electronics | Learn how to enrich your child's travel experience with the use of electronic devices in this informative infographic by 110220volts.

Posted 4/10/17 at 12:29 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Dangers of Binge Drinking in College | Review this helpful infographic to help you understand the severity of binge drinking in college and share with your family and friends.

Posted 4/7/17 at 5:33 AM | Sylvie Simms

Pantone’s Color of the Year and How to Incorporate It into Your Interior Design Plans | Learn more about Pantone’s Color of the Year and incorporating Greenery into your home by reading the infographic from JC Licht.

Posted 4/7/17 at 3:10 AM | Sylvie Simms

How NOT to Fall Asleep While Driving a Semi-Truck | If you a drive a semi-truck for a living, here are some helpful tips to how NOT to fall asleep while driving a semi-truck.

Posted 4/7/17 at 1:49 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Many Faces of Personal Injury Claims | If you have been a victim of a personal injury, read our infographic that talks about the different personal injury claims and call SMSH Legal today!

Posted 4/3/17 at 12:49 AM | Sylvie Simms

What’s Difference Between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid Strains? | Not all strains of cannabis are the same. Learn more about the differences between indica, sativa and hybrid strains with Clear Test.

Posted 3/29/17 at 11:59 PM | Sylvie Simms

Forklift Safety: 5 Factors That Reduce Lifting Capacity | The maximum weight data placard on forklifts should never be regarded as the maximum amount able to be lifted. There are several factors that affect the lifting capacity, which is often reduced for various reasons. It is important to remember the lifting capacity is based upon the load center.

Did you know you lose weight-lifting capacity for every one inch beyond the actual load center? It is your responsibility to calculate the load center for any type of attachment used with the truck, including the original one. In addition, each time you switch attachments, it is essential to recalculate the load center and maximum load lift capacity of the forklift.

To learn more about the factors that affect the load center and load capacities, please feel free to continue reading the following infographic presented by Lift Truck Capacity Calculator. We can also provide assistance with determining the load center for a variety of attachments, as well as those that are worn by contacting us directly.

Posted 3/29/17 at 6:02 AM | Sylvie Simms

The Importance of Accurate Capacity Data Labels on your Equipment | Driving a forklift or similar heavy lifting equipment is a responsibility not to be taken lightly—if handled improperly, these heavy mobile vehicles can cause serious damage both to the immediate environment and to human beings in their path.

To a large extent, safe operating procedures are a matter of simple common sense, but sometimes accidents happen even to experienced, mindful drivers. In a significant number of these incidents, the problem can be traced to a very simple cause: inaccurate capacity data labels.

Data labels are easy enough to ignore. Some forklift drivers rarely, if ever, glance at them, preferring instead to trust gut feelings developed through long experience. This is a mistake, however. It’s important to refer to these labels to ensure the maximal operating safety of lifting equipment—but this information is useless if it is out of date or just plain wrong.

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