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January Train-the-Trainer PLUS Workshops
Looking for a smart and effective way to revamp your compliance training without a huge time commitment? Train-the-Trainer PLUS workshops are your answer. Get a new DVD program and the instruction to implement it at your facility — for just the cost of the program! Sign up for one of our upcoming sessions and see how easy change can be.

January 18 Bloodborne Pathogens
January 30 Aerial Lift (just $200!)

Don't forget your backup — additional attendees from the same company come for just $95 each! These are not just lectures about the standards — these are opportunities for you to discuss best practices and motivational techniques with your peers from across the state, facilitated by great trainers. For more information, visit our website (see links above) or contact Steve at 651-228-7326/800-444-9150;

Why Should Your Organization Be a Minnesota Safety Council Member?
On-line training at special member pricing. The Minnesota Safety Council and the National Safety Council have partnered with Summit Training Source® to bring online workplace training to members at special pricing. Members simply register for a class through the Members Only section of our website and start training instantly through our online training center at $19.95 per course. Here are a few of the more than 100 classes available:
Accident Investigation
Back injury Protection
Confined Space
Electrical Safety
Employee Safety Orientation
Fall protection
Forklift Safety
Lockout Tagout
Office Ergonomics
OSHA Recordkeeping
Slips, Trips and Falls

For more information on becoming a member contact

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