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Thursday, 16 March 2006
Are forklift operations in your workplace safer than most? If so, nominate for a workplace safety award. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 9 March 2006
The US Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) will hold a product liability seminar at the Marriott Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas, on April 6. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 2 March 2006
Ten industry members have received Fork Lift truck Association (FLTA) annual awards for excellence, known as the Archies. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 16 February 2006
We have all been a new employee at one time or other. Try to recall all the training you received on your first day of work and how confident you felt afterwards. As an employer, it is not enough to overwhelm a new employee with information in a short period of time and walk away feeling that due diligence has been served. [ Read more ]
Safety First
Wednesday, 1 February 2006
WorkSafe Victoria is holding information sessions this month on a new series of forums for forklift operators and owners. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 26 January 2006
Equipment manufacturing engineers will explain forklift best practices to federal and state safety regulators on February 9 at an inaugural regional seminar in Tampa, Florida. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 19 January 2006
The Material Handling Industry of America (MHIA) has released its comprehensive quarterly materials handling equipment manufacturing (MHEM) forecast. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 12 January 2006
Periodic refresher training is required by many regulations, codes and standards. It is essential for keeping safety skills sharp and preventing a dangerous sense of complacency. However, once you have said it all, how do you say it all again, year after year? [ Read more ]
Safety First
Thursday, 15 December 2005
There is still time to vote for the finalists you think deserve to win Awards 2006 as the closing date for voting is January 31 next year. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 1 December 2005
FBI-LEEDA and the National Equipment Register are holding two separate one-day regional summits to tackle the heavy equipment theft problem in Texas. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 1 December 2005
Most workplace incidents are the result of unsafe practices or acts. Recognising that, most employers today invest a great deal of time and money in programs and training aimed at creating safe workplaces. But, in spite of employers’ best efforts, there are still some employees who exhibit unsafe behaviour. [ Read more ]
Safety First
Thursday, 24 November 2005
The distinctive forklift tick logo of the Consolidated Fork Truck Services (CFTS) thorough examination (TE) scheme has had a subtle but significant addition, the words ‘Certification Mark’. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 27 October 2005
An award to recognise stolen equipment prevention and recovery efforts will be presented at the Rental Show, in Orlando, in February next year. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 20 October 2005
Former US congressman and speaker of the house Newt Gingrich is the keynote speaker at the Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) annual meeting and the CONDEX trade show in San Diego next year. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 13 October 2005
An Abba tribute band will lead the entertainment line-up for the Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) annual awards for excellence 2006, known as the Archies, at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole on February 11 next year. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 6 October 2005
A high degree of instructor-student interaction is invaluable for maximising the amount of information a student retains. Compared to children and teenagers, adult students have special needs to be met for them to prosper in a learning environment. Therefore, an effective instructor has to be aware of the special challenges they might present. [ Read more ]
Safety First
Thursday, 29 September 2005
There are 85,000 forklifts in Victoria, Australia. This month, WorkSafe Victoria inspectors will visit 500 large and small workplaces in their latest safety campaign. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Tuesday, 13 September 2005
The Industrial Truck Association (ITA) will present meritorious service awards to two past presidents, Larry A Borre and Robert L Wuench, at the group’s upcoming annual meeting. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Thursday, 1 September 2005
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has elected seven new companies to its membership. [ Read more ]
Fork Talk
Wednesday, 24 August 2005
Stuart Jacover believes that adding value for a customer will transform the sales process from a low-price-wins-all quote to a "value proposal". [ Read more ]
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