If you are looking for a all-terrain forklift that can lift 10,000 pounds 17 feet in the air and travel at speeds up to 23 mph, then the All Terrain Lifter Army System (ATLAS) rough terrain forklifts might be just what you are looking for.
The ATLAS forklift can reach into trucks or shipping containers, lift loads over obstacles, and pick up loads from both above and below grade.
Manufactured by Oshkosh unit JLG Industries, the ATLAS comes in 2 varieties: the plain old ATLAS and the souped up ATLAS II, which includes cool multifunction attachments, high ground clearance, and lower emissions.
Along with police, officials in Minnesota with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) are also investing the incident.
OSHA fined R.L. Wells after an inspection in 2006 found that one of its employees was working at a height of 10 to 15 feet in the basket of an all-terrain forklift without wearing a safety harness.
A message was left with company owner Randy Wells seeking comment about Dickerman’s death and whether he was wearing a harness at the time.
Dickerman graduated from what is now Minnesota State University Mankato with majors in mathematics and industrial arts. He worked in general contracting construction for 35 years for WEB Contracting in Mankato. He was a part owner and a crew leader until about 10 years ago. WEB was not the contractor handling the work at Accu-rite.
Arriving Aug. 9 aboard a U.S. Navy MH-60S Seahawk helicopter, Lacsina said he was shocked by the devastation left behind by the storm.
Hundreds of island residents lost their homes, including some of his friends, Lacsina said.
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