CSA and IAPA host 2009 Machine Safety Conference

REM
May 22, 2009
Written by REM
The range of hazards - contact with moving parts, electrical hazards, occupational noise and ergonomic issues to name just a few - are daunting. The good news is an effective machine safety program can: Control these hazards before they turn into injuriesEnsure you are in compliance with your legislative requirementsProtect you from costly lost time in an economic environment with razor thin profit margins.
CSA and IAPA’s 2009 Machine Safety Conference, taking place June 2nd, will provide you with working knowledge around standards, regulations and generally accepted principles associated with a machine safety program. Share in case studies and best practices with organizations that have implemented programs designed to reduce the risk of worker injury. Learn how effective training and safety procedures can help you demonstrate due diligence and minimize the likelihood of injuries and fatalities.

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