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Designers of electric forklift trucks are continuously innovating in a bid to make the equipment safer to operate.
By Ben Haseley, Red Diamond Distribution on 01 November 2022
Choosing an accredited provider of materials handling equipment operator training can reap benefits in terms of safer drivers and workplaces.
By Liam Knight, AITT on 01 November 2022
When hiring operators of workplace transport equipment like lift trucks, it’s vital to know how to check the validity of their training certificates.
By Adam Smith, managing director, AITT on 01 November 2021
Thorough examinations of forklift trucks are vital to ensure they remain safe to use.
By Geoff Martin, chairman, CFTS on 01 November 2020
Forklifts can pose a serious risk to nearby workers, highlighting the importance of adequate segregation, appropriate training and regular monitoring.
By Stuart Taylor, managing director, Mentor FLT Training on 01 November 2021
Safety is in the news again and, unfortunately, not always for the right reasons.
By Mike Robinson FCA, British Safety Council on 05 July 2022
E-scooters have become a common sight on UK roads over recent years. Not only are they used by individuals for short journeys or daily commutes, they are also now being ridden by takeaway drivers.
By Ben Bepper, Bolt Burdon Kemp on 25 November 2021
Why rail freight operator, WH Malcolm Ltd Harrison was fined a record £6.5m after a young boy was electrocuted by one of its overhead power lines.
By Laura White, Pinsent Masons LLP on 25 November 2021
Under Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines employers must ensure that lifting equipment – such as forklifts, telehandlers and reach trucks – can be used safely and without risk of injury.
By Geoff Martin, CFTS on 01 November 2021
The latest road-facing cameras and in-cab monitors for lorries can detect hazards such as a sudden lane departure or driver tiredness –
and immediately warn the driver.
By Richard Lane, VisionTrack on 01 November 2021