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National Fork Lift Safety Conference
Coventry, United Kingdom - Wednesday 20th September 2017
Conference / congress

Working safely with fork lifts requires leaders who are both competent and confident, backed by a workforce which really owns safety - but this doesn't just happen by chance.

That's why the FLTA's National Fork Lift Safety Conference, sponsored by Jungheinrich UK, hosts presentations from companies that have made a genuine difference to workplace safety, identifying innovative ways to overcome problems - often at little or no cost.

Drawn from a wide range of industries, these safety leaders will inform and inspire, sharing simple but ingenious ideas that can be quickly borrowed and implemented to transform safety at any site - even yours.

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Heart of England Conference and Events Centre, Coventry
Meriden Rd, Fillongley, Coventry CV7 8DX, UK

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