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From the same experts in industrial safety that provide open-enrollment and custom, onsite training sessions on dozens of workplace safety topics, come the Professional EHS Leadership Certificate and the Industrial Safety Champion Certificate, offered this Fall in Northwest Ohio and Northeast Indiana at partner academic institutions, Rhodes State College and Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, respectively.
Covering standards, regulations, and best practices related to the following topics:
- Fall Protection (4-hr)
- Confined Space (4-hr)
- Machine Guarding (4-hr)
- Lockout/Tag Out (4-hr)
- NFPA 70E and Arc Flash Hazard (4-hr)
- Material Handling (4-hr)
- Culture of Safety (2-hr)
- Safety Performance Metrics (2-hr)
- Industrial Hygiene (2-hr)
- Energy Management (2-hr)
- Preparing for OSHA Inspections (2-hr)
The 4-hour courses are designed for all individuals who are involved in improving the safety and health program in their organization.
2-hour courses are directed toward those responsible for the direction, management, oversight and/or implementation of programs for the environmental, safety, and health of their workforce.
Visit our Safety Training Seminars page for more information on the Special Safety Training Sessions coming this Fall.
A great way to start 2012 is by getting an accurate picture of your company’s energy usage and how you might become more energy efficient. And a great way to do this is with a free energy assessment currently being offered by D.L. Steiner.
D.L. Steiner’s energy assessment is a CEM-completed engineering study that uses your company’s historical energy data, an inspection of your facility, and comparisons with industry averages to identify areas where you can increase energy efficiency and conservation—and save money!
Contact D.L. Steiner at 419.222.6048 to schedule your free energy assessment and to request our Pre-Assessment Data Collection Form.