New, Free Learning and Training Opportunities
As part of our constant effort to support and educate our customers, we're pleased to announce we are now offering our customers complimentary webinars. We'll cover various topics periodically throughout the year, all of which will be relevant to our customer base. If you have a topic to suggest, we encourage you to let us know about it. In the coming months our online learning opportunities will address topics such as pipe marking, mine safety, GHS, NFPA standards, OSHA standards, and more. For those of you who aren't familiar with webinars, a webinar is an online seminar that allows individuals from around the world to connect in a virtual classroom and share information via the internet. We encourage you to register for our next event.
This 30-minute webinar on Floor Marking covers widely accepted industry trends, floor marking as part of a larger lean manufacturing strategy, color combinations for different types of traffic, OSHA standards, general visual communication and more.
This 45-minute webinar provides valuable information for anyone involved with visual communication, compliance and safety. Pipe identification is important for emergency personnel responding to on-site incidents and accident prevention. Understanding the materials that are contained in a pipe, and the direction of flow, can prevent accidents, personal injury and costly equipment repairs.
Lean Manufacturing processes continue to gain popularity for the positive impact they have on efficiency and productivity. Of all the Lean Manufacturing practices, 5S is the most easily implemented and provides a sound foundation for launching more complex Lean programs in the future.
GHS, the Globally Harmonized System of classification and labeling chemicals has been steadily gaining momentum as an established universal standard for all countries.
New 2012 NFPA 70E labeling standards for arc flash now require much more information and specify more labeling locations than the old 2009 standards. Learn about the new changes as Eric Johnson explains what the labels must now display and where they must go.