The FLTA is on the lookout for its next Safety Champion and, thanks to support from Sponsor Briggs Equipment UK, its winner will walk away with the title, a trophy and a £250 prize.
Now in its third year, the Award recognises and rewards individuals committing to make sites safer for their colleagues and visitors.
FLTA Chief Executive Peter Harvey MBE explains: “These men and women often wear many hats in their day-to-day job. Indeed, fork lift operations is sometimes not even directly part of their job function.
“Yet, something clicks in them. Perhaps it was seeing a near miss or maybe reading about an accident. Regardless of what drives them, they have a vision of how things should be… and the dedication to make it happen.
“This Award is unique in that it recognises the individual driving positive change – rather than the company… although we do have an Award for that, too!”
The winner, who will be announced in November, will be presented with a cheque for £250, courtesy of Briggs Equipment UK.
So, whether it was you who turned a site around or someone you know, the FLTA want to hear from you.
But, be quick. Entries must be in no later than 30th September 2017.
Who can enter?
Anyone who has championed fork lift truck safety on site. And this could be anyone, including operators, pedestrians or the managers overseeing them.
Remember: you can enter a colleague, a customer or even yourself.
What do I need to enter?
To appreciate how much you’ve achieved, we need as much information as you can give us about the changes you’ve championed… and how they came to be. Supporting videos and photographs are helpful in illustrating this.
When do I need to enter by?
The deadline for entries is 30th September 2017.
How do I enter?
Entering takes minutes and can be completed online using our easy form. Go to the FLTA website (www.fork-truck.org.uk) to get started now.
The Fork Lift Truck Association is the UK’s independent authority on fork lift trucks. For more information, please visit www.fork-truck.org.uk or call 01635 277577.