Issues Affecting Mobile Equipment

September 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2000, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p67
Trade Publication
This article reports that 26 people attended a one-day seminar given by the special interest groups for warehousing and materials handling of the Institute of Logistics and Transport on the subject of industrial health and safety. There were three sessions in the morning and a further two sessions in the afternoon. , one of which was group activities, involving the discussion of three individual subjects by three groups. The first session of the morning was given by John Preston, who set the scene with an overview of the current legislation relating to mobile equipment. Paul Collins gave a presentation on the training policy operated by his company, The RVP Foods company. The next session covers a case study of the review of safety policy resulting from a fatal accident at the Courage Brewing Ltd. The final session of the day was given Mark Sullivan, who outlined and discussed safety systems for lift trucks.


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