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LiftTruck.com Health & Safety Seminar
Philladephia. PA 19153, United States - 5th November 2002
Seminar / workshop

The seminar organisers that a warehouse has various health and safety concerns that may need to addressed. Failure to do so may result in employee injury or death, OSHA fines, lawsuits and lost productivity. If your company operates forklifts, this four hour seminar will be one of the most important seminars you will attend this year.

Topics to be covered:
OSHA Forklift Operator Training Requirements
Personal Protective Equipment for Propane and Battery Handling
Hazard Identification
Carbon Monoxide Emission Standards
Natianal Fire Protection Assoociation Requirements
Operator Ergonomics
Accident Reporting
Pedestrian Traffic Management
Facility Damage Reduction
Note: When you register for this seminar you will get the "What's Wrong With This" refresher training video & the "Danger Zone" pedestrian safety video, at no extra cost. ($200 value)

Date(s):
5th November 2002

Time(s):
8:00am - 12:00pm (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Venue:
Four Points, Sheraton Hotel 4101A Island Avenue

Ticketing:
$99 per attendee, Early Registration (by Oct. 18, 2002): $79 per attendee Course Cost includes: 4 hour training Continental breakfast Forklift operator manual

Contact for booking / more info:
http://www.lifttruck.com/

http://www.lifttruck.com/
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