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LOLER and PUWER turn 20…

CFTS 20 years

This month marks the 20th anniversary of LOLER and PUWER. CFTS Chairman Geoff Martin, pictured, reflects on their introduction, what each entails and their ongoing impact on the fork lift truck employers. December 1998 is probably most-widely remembered for its Christmas gales. However, for those in the fork lift industry, …

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Full Thorough Examination “essential” says CFTS

Full Thorough Examination essential says CFTS

New laminated leaflets from Consolidated Fork Truck Services CFTS explain why – particularly in agriculture and construction – where accident rates continue to be high – Thorough Examination is as essential for rough terrain trucks and telehandlers as it is for fork lift trucks. Each illustrates the difference between a …

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CFTS Thorough Examinations: the quality controlled process

CFTS Thorough Examinations the quality controlled process

Even Thorough Examinations need through examinations. When it comes to ensuring fork lift trucks comply with LOLER and PUWER, more and more companies are adopting CFTS Thorough Examinations as their standard of choice… But, according to CFTS, even Thorough Examinations need thorough examinations to guarantee confident compliance for truck users. …

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B&B Attachments forklift truck service offer

B&B Attachments forklift truck service offer

As the UK’s leading independent distributor of forklift truck attachments and masts, B&B Attachments customers know that they can rely on a level of pre and post sales care and advice unequalled in the materials handling industry. B&B knows that every forklift attachment requires regular site maintenance to ensure that …

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CFTS – Steel rules do not rule. OK?

CFTS - Steel rules do not rule. OK

The danger of accidents caused by chain wear is one of the most pressing reasons why the HSE first introduced LOLER inspections and, subsequently, the even more exacting procedure for Through Examination. The question is: how best can chain wear be monitored and measured? The answer is clear, according to …

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