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Sort of related. Used to do forklift driver training. Among the jingles I’d say “Any part of your body you would like to keep – keep it inside the cab.” Later on, unfortunately, I provided visuals of forklift accidents I had investigated. One of them was a guy I trained. He came around a corner too fast looking up at the storage rack to deposit his materials instead of his location along a wall he smacked into. He would have been fine, IF he didn’t put his foot out to try to stop the collision. Crushed badly forever have a hitch in his walk with fused ankle.
Another was a guy leaving his leg dangling out not realizing how near to an I-beam he was. I-beam and 7,000lb lift truck, he lost his leg at the hip. One more – the habit of grabbing the over-head cage as an arm rest, and jumping off the truck, instead of a proper dismount, wearing jewelry...his wedding ring caught on the cage ripping his finger off with the tendon. Used to be irritating to train a driver displaying all the safe operation moves to pass the test, then a week later finding the driver racing around and doing other dangerous stunts.