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About The RTITB
We are a cross-sector, global organisation that develops and applies training standards to change behaviour and make measurable improvements to efficiency, risk and safety in your business.
As the preferred regulatory body for workplace transport training, our accreditation, audit, certification and instructor training services are reliable, robust and developed by a team dedicated to the common goal of keeping you and your team safe.
RTITB sets industry leading training standards specifically designed to change behaviour and make measurable improvements to efficiency, risk and safety.
As the preferred regulatory body for workplace transport training, our accreditation, audit, certification and instructor training services are reliable, robust and developed by a team dedicated to the common goal of keeping people safe.
In the last 2 years more than 268,000 delegates have been trained to RTITB standards in the UK, Ireland, India and the Middle East.
have been established since 1991 and operate from offices based in Bracknell,
ITSSAR specialises in all types of industrial truck and mobile materials handling equipment, abrasive wheels, slinging, signalling, etc..
ITSSAR is dedicated to help you to improve your training.
It has been constructed to cover
all sectors of industry which use industrial trucks and it registers and
monitors instructors and training organisations meeting its standards.
ITSSAR is approved and listed as
an accrediting organisation by the Health & Safety Commission (HSC) in the
Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) for Lift Truck Operator Training.
Its sole function is to write and monitor training standards for a broad range of mechanical handling equipment including construction plant, crane operation, lifting and rigging operations, and slinging and signalling. This ensures that its registrants are delivering the highest quality of training within the workplace.
The Standards are relevant, current, and comprehensive and far exceed the Accrediting Bodies Forum 2000.
Periodic review of all the Course Syllabus Manuals takes place, and these manuals are re-addressed by the ITSSAR Standards Forum. This Forum is made up of selected experienced ITSSAR training providers who have a vast knowledge and expertise in a wide range of mechanical handling equipment.
legislation; and facilities are continuously monitored by Training Standards
Advisors. A monitoring report is submitted to each training organisation via
Head Office to assist in maintaining standards.
Seminars are held on a regular basis to invite members to forward ideas and recommendations thus enhancing the overall quality of training, this in turn will promote ITSSAR as the leader of the highest quality training standards available to industry.
Following considerable support from the UK British Industrial Truck Association and in consultation with the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), Trade Union Congress(TUC), Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and others involved in the professional training of operators and instructors of industrial trucks. ITSSAR introduced an accreditation scheme driven by practical training specialists and aimed at improving standards of training and safety in the operation of industrial trucks.
The AITT is a totally independent non-profit making organisation. It is concerned with the training of operators, instructors, tutors and examiners on all types of industrial trucks and applies the standards set out in the Health and Safety Commission Approved Code of Practice (ACoP L117) in all industrial sectors.
The AITT publishes guidance for training of operators and instructors. The committee consists of industry experts. It also provides advice on instructional techniques for all types of industrial truck operator training. It monitors training organisations and instructors to those standards.