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RTITB Operator of the Year competition Grand Final
Telford, United Kingdom - September 20th
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The RTITB Operator of the Year competition was established in 2008 out of a desire to recognise and reward health and safety success in the lift truck operation field. The bi-annual competition (sponsored by 3 of the most recognisable names in UK logistics; Toyota Material Handling UK, TNT Express Services UK and Ireland and Calor Gas Ltd) represents a key opportunity for employers and RTITB accredited training organisations to prove their commitment to safe, efficient, correctly trained lift truck operators.

The 2013 heats were held at the IMHX in March 2013 and the top 10 competitors go through to the Grand Final.

The Grand Final (held 20th September) will consist of yet more challenges followed in the evening by a magnificent gala dinner to celebrate the day’s events and crown the National Champion who will also walk away with a brand new car. The RTITB Operator of the Year competition competition is about recognising great lift truck operators, their employers and their training organisations.

September 20th

RTITB's headquarters in Telford, Shropshire

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