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UK Material Handling Association Appoints Rob Fisher as New CEO

The UK Material Handling Association (UKMHA) announces Rob Fisher as its Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, 2024.  Rob Fisher will succeed Tim Waples, Chief Executive UKMHA, whose retirement was announced earlier in the year, and Cameron Burnett, CEO Designate.  Under Tim’s stewardship, which dates back to 2020 when BITA and FLTA combined, UKMHA has flourished. […]

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The UK Material Handling Association (UKMHA) announces Rob Fisher as its Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1, 2024.  Rob Fisher will succeed Tim Waples, Chief Executive UKMHA, whose retirement was announced earlier in the year, and Cameron Burnett, CEO Designate.  Under Tim’s stewardship, which dates back to 2020 when BITA and FLTA combined, UKMHA has flourished.

LPG FUEL CONTAMINATION ***LATEST INFORMATION***

The UK Material Handling Association has received further information about LPG fuel contamination affecting some parts of the UK. Importantly, a new Safety Data Sheet for propane from the affected refinery has been released.

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The UK Material Handling Association has received further information about LPG fuel contamination affecting some parts of the UK. Importantly, a new Safety Data Sheet for propane from the affected refinery has been released.

Implementing a Safety Culture named as primary theme for the UKMHA’s National Safety Convention

Momentum is building for the eagerly awaited return of the UKMHA’s National Safety Convention. The must-attend event is one of the highlights in the UK material handling calendar, and this year it promises to be bigger and better than before. In its new home at the CBS Arena in Coventry, the convention, which takes place

Implementing a Safety Culture named as primary theme for the UKMHA’s National Safety Convention READ MORE >

Momentum is building for the eagerly awaited return of the UKMHA’s National Safety Convention. The must-attend event is one of the highlights in the UK material handling calendar, and this year it promises to be bigger and better than before. In its new home at the CBS Arena in Coventry, the convention, which takes place

Material handling industry set for tough 2023 – but growth predicted from next year onwards

Material handling industry set for tough 2023 – but growth predicted from next year onwards READ MORE >

UKMHA Safety Convention

Must-Attend Safety Convention Highlights Safe Working Practices. The UK Material Handling Association (UKMHA), the trade body representing all aspects of the UK’s material handling industry, is reinforcing its commitment to improving safety standardsacross the sector with the launch of a new Safe Working Area charter.

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Must-Attend Safety Convention Highlights Safe Working Practices. The UK Material Handling Association (UKMHA), the trade body representing all aspects of the UK’s material handling industry, is reinforcing its commitment to improving safety standardsacross the sector with the launch of a new Safe Working Area charter.

GN70 Working on high voltage MHE

New High Voltage Guidance Note Released by UKMHA

This latest Guidance Note explains employer’s obligations and work procedures. It also details the hazards applicable to high voltage equipment and identifies appropriate PPE and tools to carry out maintenance.

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This latest Guidance Note explains employer’s obligations and work procedures. It also details the hazards applicable to high voltage equipment and identifies appropriate PPE and tools to carry out maintenance.

UKMHA Launch Safety Alerts

UKMHA Safety Alert: Disconnected hydraulic lines.
The UK Material Handling Association (UKMHA) have published a warning about the risks of oil leaking from hoses during maintenance activities.

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UKMHA Safety Alert: Disconnected hydraulic lines.
The UK Material Handling Association (UKMHA) have published a warning about the risks of oil leaking from hoses during maintenance activities.

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