Notice: The OSHA seminar for May 18-20 has been canceled per the pandemic
Learn the ROI of Safety Compliance for Mechanical Power Presses and Press Brakes
When it comes to OSHA compliance for mechanical power presses, what you don’t know can hurt you.
Led by a press industry veteran and OSHA compliance expert who wrote the book on press production system safety, Link Systems’ free bimonthly OSHA training offers safety directors and machine operators the chance to learn the ins and outs of OSHA requirements for the press industry.
Link’s free OSHA training seminar offers:
- The What, Why, and How for Meeting the Specific OSHA Requirements for Mechanical Power Presses and Press Brakes
- The “Art” of Meeting your Safety Compliance Obligations Without Cutting into your Bottom Line
- Advantages and Disadvantages of Various Compliance Methods Relative to Initial Cost, Effects on Productivity, and Safety
- How Certain OSHA Compliance Best Practices Can Increase Press System Productivity
- Demonstrations with Accompanying Documentation and Illustrations for Ongoing Education and Reference
Why We’re an Authority on OSHA Compliance?
Our team designed and built the industry’s first solid state press control and safety light curtain device in the very early days of OSHA’s controlled reliability requirements for mechanical power presses and press brakes. Our co-founder, Jim Barrett, is an authority on OSHA standards for the press industry with over four decades of experience.
Bimonthly OSHA training seminar includes:
- Refreshments (donuts, coffee, and sodas)
- Lunch (Monday – Wednesday)
- Dinner (Monday and Tuesday)
- Materials Needed for the Seminar
- Transportation to the Seminar from the Hotel on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (The Hotel Provides Shuttle Service from the Airport. The Phone to Call the Shuttle is in the Baggage Area. Details will be Provided When You Register.)
- Transportation to the Airport on Wednesday
Please Note: Attendees are responsible for their own travel and transportation to Nashville. They are responsible for hotel accommodations and for securing hotel reservations. Breakfast is not included.
Safety pays: Start your journey today to learning the fundamentals of OSHA requirements for the press industry.