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The National Fork Lift Safety Conference 2016
Leadership & Ownership

The only thing standing between your workers and a forklift accident is you. Are you up to it?

Date and location

Wednesday 29th June 2016, Heart of England Conference and Events Centre Meriden Road, Fillongley, Nr Coventry, Warwickshire CV7 8DX

Conference overview

Now in its 14th year, the Fork Lift Truck Association’s National Fork Lift Safety Conference sees delegates from across the country assemble to hear materials handling experts share knowledge, experiences, case studies and practical advice on the key issues affecting fork lift truck safety in the workplace.

Sponsored by leading equipment manufacturer, Jungheinrich, and supported by media partner SHD Logistics magazine, the theme for this year's event is Leadership & Ownership. Speakers, from all corners of the industry, will deliver peer-to-peer presentations and case studies on the vital importance of all staff taking responsibility for safety - be they a pedestrian worker, forklift operator, delivery driver, manager, or supervisor.

The conference will open with a keynote address from the Health and Safety Executive, also joining the exciting programme of industry experts is Jo Salter. In addition to being a successful management consultant and associate lecturer, Jo holds the honour of being Britain's first ever female fast jet pilot. Entrusted with £25million of weaponised military hardware, capable of speeds in excess of 1000 miles per hour, she knows a thing or two about safety and responsibility.

Further information and booking

More information can be found on the FLTA website. To book your place at this crucial FLT safety event, you can book online or email the FLTA secretariat.

Tickets are priced at £120 (+ VAT) for FLTA Members, and £170 (+ VAT) for non-Members.

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Updated 2016-03-21