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Forklift Safety Seminars - Free - Regional Victoria
Victoria Regional centres, Australia - Various dates
Seminar / workshop

The National Registered Assessors Association (Non Profit Organization) is running Forklift safety seminars around Victoria, Australia in conjunction with Worksafe Victoria.

All seminars start at 8a.m with registration, morning tea is provided at 10.15a.m., the sessions finish around 12.30p.m. Bookings, at no cost to attendees, should be addressed to the Secretary of the NRAA on phone /fax 03 9878 5390 or email nraa.secretary@bigpond.com . Distribution ,Transport, Warehouse, OHS and similar Managers and Staff are encouraged to report on their Pedestrian Exclusion Zones and receive input and guidance to improve all aspects of safer Forklift  materials handling.
Venues 2005;

15th June, Port Melbourne Area detail to follow.

*** How do I implement the right FORKLIFT SAFETY AND TRAINING program in my company? Find the answer in the Forkliftaction.com Business Directory ! ***

Date(s):
Various dates

Time(s):
8am to 12:30pm (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Venue:
see above

Ticketing:
there is no charge for attending

Contact for booking / more info:
Clif Hardy nraa.seetary@bigpond.com
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