Calgary, AB (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
Just months after the grand opening of its new Institute of Hazard Prevention, ACM Facility Safety™ has made significant upgrades to its online infrastructure. Along with design improvements to its main website, technical upgrades to accommodate more users and registrations, and more user-friendly navigation, the website has also undergone a domain change. The ACM website is now http://www.acm.ca.
At ACM Facility Safety™ the goal is to improve clients’ knowledge of how to run a safe facility and more importantly, how to keep it running safety. The ultimate goal is to keep people safe by preventing man-made events with the potential to harm.
Numerous industry experts share their knowledge and expertise in workshops that touch on real-life experience. More than 100 industry participants are trained at the institute every month from some of the most influential companies. With an advisory group made up of key industry leaders, influencers and educators, ACM Facility Safety™ is moving towards a safer world. As a thought leader in risk, ACM is devoted to improving industry standards and positively influencing the path forward by helping the key stakeholders who care, manage risk throughout the safety lifecycle.
Moving forward, ACM Facility Safety™ will provide regular opportunities for companies to learn from experts, network with industry professionals and share ideas surrounding the need to apply a ‘safety first’ mentality.
About ACM Facility Safety:
ACM Facility Safety™ is Canada’s largest independent provider of Hazard Analysis, Safeguard and Risk Assessment Services. Through their streamlined business units, they have helped the world’s largest operating and engineering companies improve facility uptime, manage process risk and comply with international safety standards. ACM Facility Safety™: Making the World a Safer Place.
For more information on ACM Facility or to register for a training course or event, visit http://www.acm.ca.
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Marketing Coordinator, ACM Facility Safety