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Thank you for all your insights, experiences and statistics in this Training and Safety Forum. Please keep the ideas and conversations coming.....but, can we ask that you also participate in a NEW Discussion Forum "Industry Perspectives"? We are hoping that people from all appointments and sectors of the industry, around the world, will join these wider discussions.
The first subject in this new global conversation is right in your field of interest "Hazards, Incidents and Accidents"....see http://www.forkliftaction.com/forum/discussion_21881.htm
Thank you in advance, for your participation. Your information may only reflect what is happening in your region. However, sharing these here will expose regional nuances which can contribute to our understanding of the risks and (possible) solutions. As always, we hope you will see this as an investment in your sector of the industry.

Cheers
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The new Discussion is gaining a following and already some very useful information has been added including a formula which can be used to justify company investment in safety and training. Your assistance to start the snowball rolling with some insights and even stats from your region would be most helpful.
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