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    Re: Forklift Truck Safety
    Richard - Your Question:How long can you drive an FLT before your required a break? A guy I work with drives for 8 consecutive hours
    27 April 2017
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    Re: Ventilation in the Workplace
    I work in a care home. Recently had to down size and move office. Our working office is an old ironing room with no acess to day…
    27 April 2017
  • Richard
    Re: Forklift Truck Safety
    How long can you drive an FLT before your required a break? A guy I work with drives for 8 consecutive hours
    26 April 2017
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    Re: Dealing with Employee Theft
    My ex Employer just accused me of stealing.money from petty cash over the last 3 months , which I feel is insulting as I never did…
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    @BB21 - I feel your pain and some people get sucked into doing stuff like this - thinking it's OK. But it's not. If your till was…
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