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National Forklift Safety Day 2020 and On-Line Training from Eastern Lift Truck Co.

By: Eastern Lift Truck Co., Inc. June 08, 2020
Tomorrow is National Forklift Safety Day. This annual event is hosted by the Industrial Truck Association (ITA) and held in Washington D.C. The focus is on "enhancing the safety of forklift operators and those who work around forklifts." This year's event will be held virtually, tomorrow, Tuesday June 9th, beginning at 9 a.m. We've posted a registration link in the comment section.

From the ITA: This event is "an opportunity to emphasize the critical importance of operator training, to promote greater pedestrian awareness, and to share resources about safe practices in the industries that use this indispensable material-handling equipment."

Eastern Lift Truck Co. is #SafetyFocused We actively review and promote safety procedures with our employees. Our industry-leading Training Dept. is dedicated to educating and providing certification for our customers. We invite you to click here and read about our on-line training programs.

#NationalForkliftSafetyDay #NFSD2020 #Safety

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