Buffalo Grove, Illinois (PRWEB) March 25, 2014
TPC Training Systems expands its regulatory compliance safety training series by including two additional titles: Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments and Scissor Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments. Each topic covers the hazards associated with working with this specific equipment and gives employees the tools to work safely during operation.
Both courses specifically acknowledge the following subjects:
“By delivering up-to-date safety training materials to our clients, we help organizations accurately educate workforces on different safety procedures, including the safe operation of Aerial and Scissor Lifts, which helps employees perform their specific jobs safely,” said Ki Choi, VP Training Solutions, TPC Training Systems.
TPC’s latest course additions address regulated safety concerns but also give workers vital information that they need in order to operate scissor or aerial lifts properly. The new topics are essential to the protection of employees working in industrial and construction environments.
The new courses are part of TPC Training Systems' Regulatory Compliance Series. The series is comprised of over 40 titles which help companies comply with relevant laws and regulations. Both topics are available in five different training formats including online training, booklets, DVD video, interactive CD, and representative training posters.
For additional information about TPC Training Systems visit http://www.tpctraining.com. You can also contact us at 800-837-8872.
About TPC Training Systems: TPC Training Systems is a division of Telemedia, Inc. a privately held company, with headquarters in Buffalo Grove, IL. A leader in industrial skills and safety training, TPC offers a variety of products and services to support clients’ technical and safety skills development needs. TPC’s self-study manuals, eLearning programs, and instructor-led training classes have been used at more than 40,000 client sites globally to train over 3.5 million skilled workers.