With the decision to move the 2020 Forklift Safety Week online as a series of webinars allowed the webinars to be recorded so the could be available after the webinars.
Website upgrades to allow video viewing to be online have now been completed and the first of the videos has been posted to the AFITA Website.
This video is taken from the first of four webinars presented by AFITA as part of Forklift Safety Week 2020
Standards, Safety and Industrial Trucks
The video link is here
Presenter: Mike Croxford, Crown Equipment
Moderator: Craig Williams, Clark Equipment
The Australian Forklift and Industrial Trucks Association has been presenting Forklift Safety Week since 2011.
In light of the COVID-19 restrictions, we are moving this initiative online for this year.
The AFITA Safety Week Seminar, which in the past has been an all day face to face event, will become a series of four on-line seminars which will be presented over two weeks commencing 17 June 2020.
These seminars are aimed at safety managers, operations managers, team leaders and anyone responsible for the safe operation of forklift and industrial trucks in Australia. Continue reading “2020 Forklift Safety Week Goes Online”
AITA to Conduct Forklift Safety Seminar in Melbourne
The President of the Australian Industrial Truck Association (AITA), Steve Takacs, has announced that the AITA will be holding a Forklift Safety Seminar in Melbourne in conjunction with the Workplace Health and Safety Show in Melbourne on Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 May 2018.
The AITA Seminar (free with registration) will be held on Wednesday 23 May 2018 from 1.30pm—4.30pm. Attendance is free after registration. Booking form in PDF can be downloaded by clicking here. And in Word here.
The program will focus on:
Licencing &Training and
Other aspects around the use and maintenance of industrial lift trucks. Continue reading “May 23. Forklift safety starts with you”
Making your workplace safer
Every year forklifts continue to cause workplace deaths and injuries resulting in substantial financial and human costs for workers, industry and the community.
Here at the AITA we believe that forklift incidents can be prevented, when manufacturers, businesses and workers, all work together to improve forklift safety in the workplace.
That’s why we were proud to present the 2017 Forklift Safety Seminars in Brisbane and Adelaide.
The PowerPoint slides of the session before the break are here.
The PowerPoint slides of the session after the break are AITA after break redd
THE President of the Australian Industrial Truck Association (AITA), Steve Takacs, has announced the program for the Safety Week Seminars to be held in Sydney on Wednesday 16 September at the Novotel Sydney, Rooty Hill, from 9am to 12 noon and in Melbourne on Wednesday 14 October at the Best Western Airport Motel & Convention Centre, 33 Ardlie Street, Attwood from 1pm to 4pm. Continue reading “2015 National Safety Seminar program announced”
AITA will conduct two FLT Safety Week seminars in 2015 one in Sydney and one in Melbourne. The booking form is here.
The seminars will help make sure your business is aware of current forklift safety requirements. Make sure you have all the facts. Hundreds of people are injured and some die in Australia each year in forklift accidents. Attention to safety not only makes economic sense. It is the right thing to do.
16 September 2015. 9am – noon.
LOCATION: Rooty Hill RSL
55 Sherbrooke St, Rooty Hill, NSW.
14 October 2015. 1pm – 4pm
LOCATION: Best Western Motel
& Conference Centre
33 Ardlie St, Attwood, VIC.
TAFE students get free admission but must still register. Register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ph 02 6290 1506.
PDF posters for your workplace can be downloaded here and here. The poster for AITA Safety Week 2015 can be downloaded here. More details can be downloaded here.
You can view the workplace posters here.