Spectrum Training Services, Inc's Annual Workplace OSHA Safety Fair Offers Safety Resources Information, Fun, Tips, and Prizes

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The workplace OSHA Safety Fair will be on Tuesday, June 18, 2013, from 9:00am to 4:00pm at the Crowne Plaza Chicago in Northbrook, IL. The Fair will feature Keynote Speakers Accident Prevention Expert and Northbrook Fire Prevention Chief, vendors and professionals from General Industry.

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Spectrum Training Services, Inc 's (http://www.illinoisoshatraining.com) workplace OSHA safety fair will present the Updated Safety Requirements in the workplace and educational resources available to organizations to maintain a safer work environment and meet OSHA Compliance Standards.

Spectrum Training Services, Inc. is a state partner to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). “It’s imperative that personnel have the knowledge and ability to recognize, avoid and prevent safety and health hazards. Our Annual Workplace Fairs give employers and safety professionals an opportunity to see the latest safety products such as personal protective equipment, hazard controls and fall protection, and learn more about satisfying OSHA requirements.”

Registration for attendees is $10 per person and $15 for two people.

Vendors $195.

Students are able to attend free with valid student ID.

To register for the Annual Workplace Safety Fair, please visit http://www.illinoisoshatraining.com.

About Spectrum Training Services

Spectrum training services, a state partner to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), provides Occupational Safety and Health Training to employers and employees in the construction, healthcare industry. Spectrum‘s safety and health training in workplace is shown to reduce occupational injury, illness rates and workplace-related deaths. The company offers 10-Hour OSHA training for employees and 30-Hour OSHA training for employers, managers, supervisors, human resources personnel, and risk management managers. Its mission is to provide effective training that leads to a decrease in job site injuries, accidents, and deaths.

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