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FEATURE Pegasus Lift Truck Training


How pulling together in a crisis lifts the spirits


People deal with people – it’s a saying that is in danger of becoming something of a business cliché, but it’s probably more appropriate now than ever before. Because if there’s one thing the past few months has taught us is that if we pull together and help one another, there’s probably a better outcome for everyone. Pegasus Lift Truck Training in Higham Ferrers,


have always been a collaborative company with a personal touch and a focus on customer service. Husband and wife team Pepe and Dawn Girardi,


who have been running the training company for 25 years this year, make a point of getting to know their clients and being a point of reference not just for training but for help with any type of health and safety queries, handling questions on everything from equipment to spills and incident management to racking and ladder training. Over the years, the company’s services have de-


veloped alongside increasingly strict regulations on training – which now ensure all operators undergo a certain amount of accredited training before be- ing able to use equipment, something that was not necessarily the case 25 years ago. As the business has adapted to changing legis-


lation, customers have benefited from the years of training experience Pepe has built up – there’s very little he doesn’t know about lift truck training and workplace safety – while Dawn has also worked in fork lift sales and hire and has a comprehensive knowledge about the equipment available and the best machines for the job.


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