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Forklift Safety Seminars
Broadmeadows, Australia - 19 March 2008
Seminar / workshop

Will present information on:


   The new licence to perform high risk work legislation effective 1-7-07

   State or Territory transition arrangement for phase-out of old style cerrtificates.

   New requirements for Registered Training Organisations to provide training prior to licence assessment.


   Introduction of 5 year licence.  


Will highlight the areas where most companies and organisations are failing to comply with Australian Standards and OHS requirements.  



Will include a multimedia show providing an insight into a range of Forklift Safety Products and Services.  



Will include a multimedia presentation showcasing examples of Industry Best Practice. Will have an opportunity to ask questions.


Receive first hand information provided by manufacturers and suppliers of Forklift Safety products and services.

See displays of before and after case studies.

Utilise Ask An Expert to seek answers or clarification on any Forklift Safety topic or issue.

Register to be updated by email as changes occur.



Date(s):
19 March 2008

Venue:
The Meadows Sports & Function Centre, Northcorp Blvd, Broadmeadows

http://www.forkliftsafety.com.au
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