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National Fork Lift Truck Safety Month
Various, United Kingdom - 1st to 30th Safetember 2015
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Safetember: see danger, speak up

Fork lift trucks remain the UK's most dangerous type of workplace transport by quite a distance.

It is widely accepted that the causes of fork lift truck accidents never really change - with some observers suggesting that addressing the issues of operator visibility and pedestrian segregation, would reduce accidents dramatically.

What?s really needed though is a permanent change in awareness, attitudes and culture.

This approach will be reflected in the FLTA?s Safetember Safety Month campaign, which has increased in scope from a week to thirty days in order to maximise engagement: across every business sectors, every job function and in every part of the UK.

We will be urging every company that operates FLTs to implement the changes necessary to give workers the freedom to report bad practice in a genuinely blame-free environment.

1st to 30th Safetember 2015


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