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Fleet vehicle inspection system to help fleet maintenance programs

Fleet Vehicle Inspection Systems - New from Good to Go SafetyDriving is one of the most hazardous working activities, with 220 serious injuries and 20 deaths every week involving people at work on the road.Vehicle accidents can also be responsible for one of the most costly losses to a business. The claims costs associated with repairs, injuries and potential loss of human life are high with…See More
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How to improve warehouse safety

Following the huge success of our equipment tagging and inspection systems within the construction and maintenance industry, Good to Go Safety is eager to replicate that mentality within warehouse and storage environments. The main causes of accidents in warehousing and storage are: slips and trips;manual handling;work at height;vehicles in and around the warehouse; andmoving or falling objects. There may be other risks on your site that you…See More
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Equipment maintenance and inspection programmes

We recently developed a range of equipment tagging and inspection systems for equipment including ladders, forklifts, scaffolding, MEWPs, scaffold towers, harnesses, racking etc and I hoped I could get some views/feedback from members in this forum who will hopefully be the prospective users/specifiers (although we currently are only supplying in the UK and the majority of members are from across the pond). If it sounds like something you would be interested in please visit our website (…See More
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ISO 14000, OSHA VPP, OHSAS 18000, ANSI Z10, OHRIS, ....What is the difference?...What is most practical?...Where do they fit best?
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I develop safety products and signage

Good to Go Safety

Good to Go Safety offer a wide range of equipment tagging and inspection systems, designed and developed to improve workplace safety. By carrying out pre-use checks of equipment, the potential for an accident can be significantly reduced.
Choose from scaffolding, scaffold towers, forklifts, ladders, MEWPs (scissor lifts and cherry pickers etc), harnesses, racking or design your own checklist for use on specialist equipment.

Simply attach a tag to the equipment in question, use the checklist to complete your inspections (a duplicate NCR copy is created for your company records) and insert nto the tag to inform everyone of its current status. There is also an option to add a tamper evident seal in high risk environments.

A truly simple, effective and affordable solution to workplace safety.

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Fleet vehicle inspection system to help fleet maintenance programs

Fleet Vehicle Inspection Systems - New from Good to Go Safety

Driving is one of the most hazardous working activities, with 220 serious injuries and 20 deaths every week involving people at work on the road.…
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Posted on February 8, 2011 at 10:23am

How to improve warehouse safety

Following the huge success of our equipment tagging and inspection systems within the

construction and maintenance industry, Good to Go Safety is eager to replicate that mentality within warehouse and storage environments.






The main causes of accidents in warehousing and… Continue

Posted on June 3, 2010 at 3:30am

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At 4:17pm on June 4, 2010, Ken Oswald said…
Good to Go Safety, welcome to the safety community i hope you find it is a wonderful network full of information through our blogs, forums and groups. I invite you to join our ergonomics group. It would be great to have you as a member. Ken O
At 9:45am on April 23, 2010, Troy Taylor said…
Good to Go Safety, Welcome to the Community! Check out Best Practices when you get a chance and join the group. It would be great to have you as a member. Thanks!
 
 
 

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