Blogger Richard Shore

Richard Shore
Richard Shore is managing director of Mentor FLT Training Limited, the UK's leading provider of training and associated services for all types of materials handling equipment and workplace transport.

This blogger has posted the following blog articles:

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Safety First - 5 Jun 2014 (#670)
3 minute read
Could an agency worker wreck your recovery? Economic recovery means more temporary staff, and Richard Shore warns that this increases safety concerns.
Safety First - 6 Mar 2014 (#657)
2 minute read
Safety is not just the driver's job After years of reduced forklift accident rates, the level of improvement has begun to slow. Richard Shore believes further breakthroughs will require the efforts of the entire workforce.
Safety First - 20 Jan 2011 (#497)
6 minute read
Innovation in training The need for training is no longer questioned. But, asks Richard Shore, can it be done better?
Safety First - 12 Aug 2010 (#474)
3 minute read
In-house instructor – cost vs benefit Should training be done in-house or do you need to hire external experts? Richard Shore says there's no one-size-ifts-all soluton...
Safety First - 22 Apr 2010 (#458)
1 minute read
Safety awareness courses Safety training is not just for operators. Managers and supervisors need to know their stuff too.
Safety First - 19 Nov 2009 (#437)
3 minute read
Have your training risks been properly assessed? "Reasonably practicable" is a term often bandied around in safety circles, but what exactly does it mean?
Safety First - 10 Sep 2009 (#427)
3 minute read
What constitutes the ideal operator? There's plenty of debate over who is the better driver - men or women. And this discussion is not limited to the roads - it also applies in the workplace.
Safety First - 7 Aug 2009 (#422)
2 minute read
Precaution is better than cure Anyone who has ever had involvement with health and safety legislation will have come across the term 'reasonably practicable', but what does it mean and how can employers make sure that the training they provide their employees fulfils the definition?
Safety First - 11 Jun 2009 (#414)
2 minute read
Are you prepared? New safety legislation in the UK has upped the ante for employers - and a new level of preparedness is required.
Safety First - 19 Feb 2009 (#398)
2 minute read
What does ‘accredited training’ mean? Training is not an end in itself and needs to meet certain standards.

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