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Fairchild Equipment News & Updates

New Red Line Light Special

We've got a RED-HOT deal on the RED LIGHT. Take advantage of this offer and make safety and awareness easy while it lasts. Read for more details.
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Don’t Delay, Test Now for Carbon Monoxide

Are you operating LP lift truck equipment? Then it's important to test for emissions. For you and your employee's safety, make sure to schedule an emissions test today. Protection against an incident related to carbon monoxide is accessable and fully preventable and there are added benefits to making sure your fleet is running efficiently. To schedule a service appointment click to read more. 
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Are You Prepared?

It can happen anytime and anywhere, so do you know what to do in the event of a weather related emergency while working? This article take a break from some of our more common industry related blog topics and explores resources for preparedness during weather emergencies. 


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Training & Safety Part 1 - Operator Training

In the days that are leading up to National Safety Month, there are many aspects that we’ll be talking about. These subjects will help prepare you for a multitude of situations when it comes to safety. Not only is training important to operate powered industrial trucks and heavy equipment it, along with certification, is required by OSHA for employees who will be driving forklifts.
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Top 5 Visual Warning Devices for Powered Industrial Trucks

Safety, safety, safety! We hear it all the time. It’s one of those aspects of business that we have to ensure we are doing our best to be proactive in preventing avoidable incidences. So, what can we do in our warehouses and workplaces that operate powered industrial trucks (PITs)?


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CO Emissions Testing & Forklift Safety Guidelines

CO Emissions Testing is essential for fuel powered forklifts that are operating indoors. Most companies have their CO Emissions Testing performed during Fall months. When it starts getting cooler out, the weather forces dock doors and windows shut so it's very important to check emissions and test ventilation systems during the Fall season.
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