IMC and MANTEC Join Forces to Make Workplace Safety Education an Essential Priority for Manufacturers

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IMC presents two-day OSHA Outreach Training for General Industry program

“Safety is paramount to companies and their employees, and especially as a manufacturer, you have to show a commitment to preventing injuries and illnesses caused by unsafe acts and unsafe conditions,” Lauri Moon, Manager, Training, and Outreach at IMC

The Innovative Manufacturers’ Center (IMC) announced today they will be presenting a two-day OSHA Outreach Training for General Industry program, in conjunction with MANTEC, to benefit companies across Central Pennsylvania. The event, featuring EMS Consulting and Mr. Dennis Buck, CHCM, CSM, CHST, OSHA Consultation Program Consultant (Retired), Principal, Buck & Associates, will be held November 15th and 16th in Alexandria, Pa. For more information and to register for the event, visit http://imcpa.com/event/osha-10-hour-training/.
“Safety is paramount to companies and their employees, and especially as a manufacturer, you have to show a commitment to preventing injuries and illnesses caused by unsafe acts and unsafe conditions,” said Lauri Moon, Manager, Training, and Outreach at IMC. “OSHA compliance shows a company’s commitment to its employees and simultaneously helps them reduce costs.”

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandated training satisfies compliance requirements and helps companies provide a safe working environment. This two-day class teaches the fundamentals of the OSH Act, PPE, Electrical Safety, Machine Guarding and the new Hazard Communication Rule (GHS), and many other topics.

About IMC
IMC, located in Central PA, uses the most effective resources to help manufacturing companies be more innovative, productive and profitable. IMC has been providing quality services for an affordable cost for almost 30 years in 12 counties in Central PA. IMC is supported as an affiliate of the U.S. Department of Commerce Manufacturing Extension Partnership program and the PA Department of Community and Economic Development Manufacturing PA initiative.

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