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FLTA Safety Conference
Warwick University, United Kingdom - 22nd September 2010
Conference / congress

The key safety event in the fork lift truck industry. Experts in a wide variety of fields deliver seminars on crucial issues, leaving attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the requirements and recent changes in safety law and best practice. It always fills to capacity, so book now on www.fork-truck.org.uk/safety-conference to avoid disappointment.

Titled The Bigger Picture, it will look at safety issues from a different, more strategic angle. So, for example, what can be done in the planning stages of a project to minimise the chances of a fork lift truck related incident? Who should be thinking about this? When should they start the process?



This year’s Safety Conference, then, will be aimed squarely at those who have the ability to make big changes to businesses’ best practice, and with whom the buck stops.  These are the people who need to know how best to keep people safe at work, and what changes must be made.


Date(s):
22nd September 2010

Venue:
Warwick University

http://www.fork-truck.org.uk/safety-conference
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