The UK’s fastest growing accrediting body for the training of operators of workplace transport equipment has reported strong growth throughout 2022. As the only membership-run accrediting body in its sector, AITT managing director Liam Knight believes it is the most effective way to deliver and maintain the highest training standards for operators, instructors, tutors and […]
The UK’s Association of Industrial Truck Trainers (AITT) has launched a series of free electronic test forms to its members as a faster, more efficient alternative to physical paperwork. The digital PDFs are designed to ensure AITT members have access to up-to-date resources that allow them to cut down on paper use and minimise contact […]
The impact of new technologies and need for adapted training services emerge as key themes during AITT conference Automation was cited as major area of concern at the recent online event hosted by the UK’s Association of Industrial Truck Trainers (AITT). In a poll of attendees, 75% said they are either concerned or recognise there […]
Companies are urged to prioritise training as forklift operators are classed as key workers. With greater focus on the nation’s supply chains than ever before, operators of materials handling equipment will be key to ensuring the continued delivery of vital goods around the country over the coming weeks and months. The UK’s Association of Industrial […]
Adam Smith, managing director of leading accrediting body AITT, is calling for employers to catch up with new testing standards for powered pallet trucks, stating that the new standards will boost warehouse safety. Every year many hundreds of operators using powered pallet trucks (PPTs) suffer serious injuries including strains, trapping and fractures. Smith said that […]
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LHI November/December 2022
In this month's issue
Interview with BVS Cranes.
The Insider Doug Stitt.
Invest in training says LEEA
Bauma 2022 review