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Is Your "Transporting Haz Mat and Dangerous Goods" Training Current?
If it's time for you to brush up on your skills, take required training, or have a new staff member trained, there's still limited space available in the June 26-27 Transporting Hazardous Materials and Dangerous Goods class. This course meets DOT initial and recurrent training requirements and provides the latest regulatory trends and information, including security issues. Those using outdated versions of the DGR significantly increase their chances of delays, fines and potential incidents. This program includes 2012 IATA Dangerous Goods and CFR 49 parts 100-185 regulation books. For more information, contact Lisa Kons at 651-228-7330/800-444-9150.
National Expert, Electrifying Savings!
Electrical Safe Work Practices Training, June 19-20. Once a year we bring in the guru of electrical safety! OSHA, NFPA 70E and the National Electrical Code require training on electrical safe work practices. Our instructor Art Hawes is the expert when it comes to electrical safety. Formerly with the OSHA Training Institute in Chicago and now based in Colorado, Art developed the federal OSHA Electrical Safety Training course. This two-day course will cover rule changes effective 1/1/12. Come learn from the best! Find more information online or contact Carol Wicks at 651-228-7319/800-444-9150.
Why Should Your Organization Be a Minnesota Safety Council Member?
Access to the "Members Only" section of our Website. This section of the Minnesota Safety Council Website is available only to our members. We built it for our members, with tools our members have asked for to help make their organization safer and it is continually updated and expanded. What OSHA standards have changed recently? Where can I find a sample safety policy for ______? How do I start a safety committee and keep it going? I'm new to safety, where do I start? The "Members Only" section of our Website answers these and hundreds of other questions and is available only to members.
If your organization is not a member and you need this assistance, contact email@example.com.
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