SCT’s experts excited to offer an OSHA Advanced Machine Guarding and Lockout Tagout Application Course aimed at manufacturing employers who need to solve difficult troubleshooting problems.
Before coming to work at SCT, James Washam wrote OSHA’s book on machine guarding during his tenure with the administration. On February 2 & 3 he’ll lead a two-day Machine Guarding and Lockout Tagout Application course. Working with Mr. Washam, SCT’s machine guarding expert, is Kelly Baker, SCT’s senior field and research analyst.
Machine Guarding and Lockout Tagout (LOTO) is an area of heavy emphasis for OSHA. Standards can be difficult to work with and involve multiple components for which OSHA holds employers accountable. With all these moving parts, an oversimplified machine guarding and LOTO program can prove costly for employers.
What are the details?
What: OSHA Advanced Machine Guarding & LOTO General Industry Course
When: Thursday, February 2 – Friday, February 3, 2017 (8a-4:30p)
Where: SCT, 6993 Pearl Road, Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
Cost: $600 per student (includes materials and certificate of completion)
How to Register: Contact Mary Kay Cyngier at 1-800-204-1729 or MCyngier@sct.us.com. Or you can register and pay online.