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National Forklift Safety Conference - UK
Loughborough LE11 3TU, United Kingdom - 23rd September 2015
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360? safety: national conference will present a holistic approach to preventing fork truck accidents

The FLTA?s National Fork Lift Safety Conference ? which has Jungheinrich, a leading fork lift truck manufacturer, as main sponsor and SHD Logistics as media partner ? will this year be held at Loughborough University on 23rd September 2015.

Building on the remarkable success of the 2014 conference, this year?s event will, once again, focus on peer-to-peer presentations sharing best practice in a bid to reduce the stubbornly high levels of injuries, damage and death in premises of every size and in every sector.

23rd September 2015

Loughborough University Epinal Way Loughborough LE11 3TU

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