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Toyota forklifts have been designed to meet and exceed both American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements. As part of Toyota's commitment to safety, standard safety features have been designed into each forklift. Standard features include safety devices such as welded overhead guards, operator restraint systems, manually operated horns, skid resistant entry/exit steps, operator assist grips, Toyota's System of Active Stability (SAS)* and ergonomic placement of hydraulic controls.
*Standard on most models. Contact your dealer for details.Request Site Safety Survey
Toyota's System of Active Stability (SAS) helps reduce the risk of accidents and injuries, minimizes the potential for product and equipment damage, and increases overall productivity levels.
SAS senses various factors that lead to lateral instability and potential lateral overturn. When those conditions are detected, SAS instantly engages the Swing Lock Cylinder to stabilize the rear axle, changing the forklift’s stability footprint from triangular in shape to rectangular. The resulting increase in stability substantially reduces the likelihood of a lateral overturn. The Active Control Rear Stabilizer or the Active Mast Function Controller also adds stability and helps avoid accidents or injuries.Contact Your Dealer
In an independent study conducted by Peerless Research Group, respondents ranked Toyota forklifts as the safest forklift. This ranking is another reason to believe Toyota forklifts provide stability in an unstable world.
The desire to track and analyze data is increasing and the technology to do so in the material handling industry is becoming much more cost effective. Toyota’s new T-Matics vehicle management system tracks impacts, utilization rates, maintenance schedules and more. T-Matics can help you become more efficient, more productive and more profitable.