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Pegasus Lift Truck Training


Recruit helps firm reach new skills level


Qualifi ed engineer Alex Floyd has joined the team at Pegasus Lift Truck Training in Northamptonshire to add yet another service to the wide range provided by the forklift truck and materials handling fi rm. Over time, Alex will also be delivering training but his experience


as a service engineer with local fi rms over the past 10 years will bring a new skill set to Pegasus. With the company now delivering accredited CFTS T orough Examinations, Pegasus will be in a position to add LOLER inspections to their portfolio, making a diff erence to clients through their business-to-business procurement support that aims to put the best possible procedures in place. Dawn Girardi, who founded the company with husband Giuseppe


(Pepe) in 1995, said: “We’re very excited about having Alex on board because he adds yet another string to our bow. He’s very well known in the local area and, having worked with him previously, we know his expertise will be of benefi t not just for our clients but for anyone who has equipment that needs servicing and LOLER testing. “Most companies go through their insurance providers for their


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annual testing, thinking it’s part of their policy but it’s usually a separate addition. T ey now have that service readily available from us whenever they need it.” Statistics show that 93% of forklift truck


managers assume their Thorough Examination checks the whole truck, but not in all cases. CFTS member companies, however, comply with a Quality Assurance Procedural Code which guarantees an inspection of the whole truck under LOLER and PUWER. All Pegasus training courses also explain the


requirement to meet PUWER (The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998), LOLER ( Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998) and L117 legislation. Determined to remain the driving force of the


family business, Pepe still delivers many training sessions himself and it’s he who has undertaken Zoom training to support companies with language barriers, delivering training to operators who don’t have English as a first language and who struggle with regular training. Pepe has an Italian


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