SAF-T Conference Webinar Attracts Business Leaders from Seven Countries for Aerial Lift Training and Certification Best Practices

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The conference sponsored by CertifyMeOnline.net, has already attracted registrants from seven countries, including Jordan, India, Egypt and the U.S.

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Thus far, we’ve had a wide variety of registrants from CEOs to Apprentice Coordinators and Local Union Instructors. They represent all types of companies from aerial manufacturers to small, local subcontractors.

The SAF-T Conference Webinar Series will offer its latest free Webinar conference on March 22, 2012 at 2 p.m. The conference, produced by Maximum Capacity Media and sponsored by CertifyMeOnline.net, has already attracted registrants from seven countries, including Jordan, India, Egypt and the U.S. The conference will focus on “Best Practices for Aerial Lift Training.” Jeff Stachowiak, national safety training director for Sunbelt Rentals, will lead the Webinar.

Stachowiak will provide participants with valuable information and is of particular use to aerial lift operators and owners. Topics will include:

  •     Understanding the importance of proper general training and familiarization
  •     Improper training
  •     Confusion between general training and familiarization
  •     Misunderstanding who is qualified to be a trainer
  •     Clarifying each party’s responsibility as they are stated in the standards
  •     The impact on insurance due to aerial lift injury and property damage

“We are thrilled with the registration response thus far. We anticipate upwards of 150 people will log-in to learn from this valuable, educational resource,” says Katie Parrish, associate publisher of Maximum Capacity Media. “Thus far, we’ve had a wide variety of registrants from CEOs to Apprentice Coordinators and Local Union Instructors. They represent all types of companies from aerial manufacturers to small, local subcontractors. This free Webinar will be a terrific learning experience that’s accessible from any computer.”

Participants are able to register for free and ask Stachowiak specific questions about aerial lift safety and training. Additionally, information will be available from CertifyMeOnline.net, the industry’s leader in online interactive training and testing for powered material handling equipment and aerial lift equipment. A recording of the webinar will be available after the live event takes place.

Those interested in participating in the SAF-T Conference can register online at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/721333254. Conference takes place at 2 p.m. EDT/11 a.m. PDT on Thursday, March 22. Questions about the conference should be directed to Katie Parrish, Associate Publisher, Maximum Capacity Media at 480-241-5625 or kparrish(at)maxcapmedia(dot)com.

About SAF-T Conference Webinar Series

Produced by Maximum Capacity Media, publisher of Lift and Access, Crane & Rigging Hot Line, Industrial Lift & Hoist, and International Lift & Hoist, the SAF-T Conference Webinar Series was introduced in 2007 to raise awareness of equipment safety, provide clarification on common industry topics and questions, unify industry efforts on safety, and help save the lives of equipment operators and workers. Since that time, thousands of participants throughout North America have taken part in the live webinars and reviewed the webinar recordings.

About CertifyMeOnline.net

CertifyMeOnline.net was created in 1999 as a provider of workplace training programs. Initiated by professional rigger Tom Wilkerson, the company’s goal is to provide simplified, efficient and cost-effective training and certification programs for businesses. CertifyMeOnline.net programs are designed to offer comprehensive training by experienced, seasoned operators in the existing workplace, thereby creating a safer environment while avoiding unnecessary off-site training expenses and overtime fees. Since its inception, thousands of companies throughout the nation have utilized CertifyMe.net programs, including Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. For more information about the aerial lift & scissor lift training program, visit http://www.CertifyMeOnline.net.

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