RTITB is hosting the live heats of the RTITB International Operator of the Year Competition at IMHX 2016 as part of its mission to find the safest and most efficient forklift driver from around the globe.
Forty of the UK’s best lift truck operators go head to head with drivers showcasing their skills in a dedicated area in Hall 9.
RTITB Operator of the Year 2016 Overview
Following the initial online testing, the 39 top scoring entrants will be invited to participate in the next round of heats taking place from 13th – 16th September at IMHX 2016.
The final place in the heats, where the selected drivers will be required to complete theory, practical and pre-use tests, will be filled by the winner of the Indian Operator of the Year competition 2015.
Why and how to enter
Enter your forklift drivers in RTITB’s International Operator of the Year competition and you’ll gain an instant insight into their performance and knowledge, allowing you to identify risks to safety and efficiency in your business and target forklift driver training to gain improvement where it’s needed most.
The forklift driver competition recognises and celebrates the hard work, talent and safe practice of the world’s best counterbalance operators and encourages them to reach their full potential.
For each operator who enters the online test an analysis of their performance is produced, including areas of strength and weakness, as well as a benchmark report to show how they performed against other operators both in the UK and worldwide when entries close – a truly unique benchmark.
These complimentary reports are not only designed to help you see where improvements can be made to training programs but also to help reduce risk by identifying areas where immediate attention is required. The feedback helps pinpoint particular issues, which better addresses safety, and helps save money on potentially costly ‘blanket’ training which may not be specific enough to action the training need.
To find out more or enter today please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Amy Southall on +44(0)1952520218.