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This section contains news items related to forklift training and health and safety matters. Latest entries are at the top of the page. Older News Items >>


April 9th 2021. RTITB has launched a new forklift operator refresher training edition of its innovative eTruck UK online learning platform. Read More

March 26th 2021. With the NHS under great pressure due to the pandemic, now more than ever it is imperative that incidents requiring medical assistance, major or minor, are avoided. Read More

March 17th 2021. RTITB has developed a new training course for manual pallet truck operators to help reduce manual handling injuries in the workplace. Read More

February 21st 2021. The Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) has launched a brand-new website, complete with a modern look, fresh features and updated functionality. Read More

February 18th 2021. Tapping into the unique knowledge and resources of a reliable trade organisation can make all the difference to the safety of your operations says the Fork Lift Truck Association. Read More

January 29th 2021. The Association of Industrial Truck Trainers has launched a series of free electronic test forms to its members as a faster, more efficient alternative to physical paperwork. Read More

January 22nd 2021. UKMHA has been formed following the merger between the material handling industry’s two most respected trade associations, the British Industrial Truck Association (BITA) and the Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) Read More

January 9th 2021. There are Important new testing standards for counterbalance and reach truck operator courses following updates made by the Accrediting Bodies Association for Workplace Transport (ABA). Read More

January 4th 2021. Details of banned and suspended training providers will be shared between members of the Accrediting Bodies Association for Workplace Transport (ABA) in a bid to maintain training standards. Read More

January 2nd 2021. Following a recent AITT standards committee, it has been agreed that the prerequisites for the AITT instructor course will be changed. Read More

 

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