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    Association offers new OSHA-approved forklift safety decal

    April 8, 2010

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    The Milwaukee-based Association of Equipment Manufacturers is offering a new OSHA-approved safety decal for rough terrain forklifts free of charge.

    The decal, which states "Employer-Certified Operators ONLY," signifies the machine should only be operated by personnel who have received proper training and evaluation according to OSHA standards.



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