19 Nov 2014

Famous Faces on Forklifts

Our “Climbing the Ladder to Fame” blog proved a popular addition last month so we’ve decided to follow up with a search for the rich and famous that were keen to show off their love of the trusty old forklift this month.

Our forklift tagging and checklist systems are a popular addition to any safety and/or maintenance programme – allowing daily checks to be carried out and reducing the risk of faults developing into major repairs or costly accidents. I wonder how many of these celebrities carried out a pre-use check before they jumped behind the wheel?"

If you come across any other famous faces on a forklift that you’d like us to add to the gallery then send them to us by email to social@goodtogosafety.co.uk or tweet us @goodtogosafety or post on our Facebook page.

Let’s kick things off with a bit of glamour and style as we see pop divas, Kylie & Beyonce, and model, Christie Brinkley striking a pose alongside their favourite forklifts.

From there we move on to the sporting arena with F1’s Romain Grosjean and football’s DJ Campbell

Next up we see a rare photo of a smiling Gordon Ramsey who has clearly found his forklift in good working order

While Dr Who’s companion appears a little concerned – Amy Pond has clearly spotted one or two faults during her inspection and is keen to put the truck into quarantine whilst awaiting repair.

Even the stars of animation get in on the act with Trumpton’s Mr Bell the farmer helping out and a more recent Ryo Hazuki (of Shenmue games) looking good to go with his truck.

That’s it for now – don’t forget to send us a picture if you spot your favourite celebrity aboard a forklift - we'll add it to the blog and give you a shout out for your troubles. More importantly don’t forget to check your forklift before you use it – visit www.goodtogosafety.co.uk for the best in forklift inspection systems. 

Thank you to our friends on Twitter; @mhwmagazine and  for sending us this latest famous face on a forklift. This time it's the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, behind the wheel.

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