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Darren Cottingham: Driving a forklift on the road
Before you hit the road in New Zealand, you need to think twice, according to Darren Cottingham.
24 Jul 2019
Darren Cottingham: What’s the best way of checking forklift operator competency?
A forklift operator should be evaluated constantly and consistently for competency, but what is an ideal check to do this? Darren Cottingham looks at some of the options.
17 Apr 2019
Darren Cottingham: Does your health and safety legislation actively thwart good learning outcomes?
New Zealand has some quirks to its workplace safety requirements, according to Darren Cottingham.
13 Feb 2019
Darren Cottingham: Dehydration danger: should all forklifts come with cupholders?
Coming from a vast, dry country, Darren Cottingham is acutely aware of the need for hydration.
28 Nov 2018
Darren Cottingham: Do your manuals communicate?
Much training is based on printed material, but Darren Cottingham notes that the material may not be suitable for all trainees.
19 Sep 2018

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