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7 Steps to Executing Forklift Safety
-, Australia - Available between 16th - 20th
Seminar / workshop

In an informative 35 mins you'll learn the 7 key steps to control what is probably one of the greatest risks in your workplace - your Forklift. Join Stan Palmer from Toyota Materials Handling  & Andrew Sneddon from Global Compliance Group as they discuss these 7 steps that will help you:
• Get an outline of your legal requirements as a business owner, supervisor or worker

• Put in place a strategy to reduce risks surrounding forklifts

• Understand the reasons and consequences behind past forklift incidents

This inspiring session is an interview style discussion where each presenter shares their own in-depth knowledge on each critical area of forklift safety.

For more information of what you receive with this webinar click on the link below:

Available between 16th - 20th



Contact for booking / more info:
Scott Sneddon: send an email

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