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Forklift Training in Daventry

To ensure that you get the best deal in Daventry for Forklift Training courses make sure you contact Stackers Training for expert tuition on all types of trucks.Daventry is a small historic market town lying in the middle of England in the County of Northamptonshire, it has a rough population of aro ..
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Watch your toes!

Forklift trucks and pedestrians need to be separated wherever possible ie, designated walkways and designated forklift operating areas. Forklift operators are always told to be aware of pedestrians but, in the same instance, pedestrians need to be aware of forklift trucks. Ideally pedestrians should ..
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Reducing the Risk of Accidents/Injuries

A recent newsletter from the RTITB (Road Transport Industry Training Board) highlights why “slow and steady” always wins the race. In brief, here are the 5 reasons which prove the point: 1. Truck Stability – less chance of tip over 2. Accuracy – correct truck positioning first time 3. Damage ..
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MEWP runs over employee’s feet

Four different duty holders have been prosecuted after a worker was injured by a MEWP (mobile elevating work platform). The MEWP was being driven to the site where it was going to be working when one of the wheels struck an employee and partially ran over his feet. The injured man suffered multiple ..
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James our qualified RTITB trainer

James began his teaching career initially as a driving instructor in 2008.   With his passion for teaching people and encouraging others, he decided to extend his teaching skills obtained as a driving instructor to educating others in the operation of heavy lifting equipment. James has been ..
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