FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CLEVELAND, WI –
Machinery and equipment in the workplace is full of various kinds of moving parts. Moving parts create workplace hazards and potential machinery-related injuries. Understanding the various types, purposes, and legal requirements for machine safeguarding can help you protect workers from preventable injuries.
Lakeshore Technical College is offering a Machine Guarding seminar to help protect employees from preventable injuries. The seminar will be held on Monday, August 28 from 8 a.m. – noon at Plymouth High School.
This seminar will highlight OSHA's requirements for machine guarding, as found in 29 CFR 1910 Subpart O, Machinery and Machine Guarding. During the seminar, a thorough explanation and discussion of current general industry compliance practices will address industry specific components.
The fee for the class is $149 and the class number is 63828. To register by phone with credit card, call 1.888.GO TO LTC (1.888.468.6582) Ext. 1366. For questions or detailed information, visit www.gotoltc.edu/seminars or call Ruth Semph at 920.693.1167, or e-mail at email@example.com.
About Lakeshore Technical College
Lakeshore Technical College is a leading provider of technical education offering more than 120 career programs including associate degrees, technical diplomas, technical certificates and apprenticeship programs. In addition, LTC offers distance learning, customized training to business and industry, and continuing education opportunities.
Serving a 200,500-resident population in east central Wisconsin, LTC operates a main campus in Cleveland and additional learning sites at LTC Manitowoc, LTC Sheboygan, LTC-Plymouth Science & Technology Center, and the Lakeshore Culinary Institute. The college also operates Community Education Centers at area high schools in Elkhart Lake, Cedar Grove-Belgium, Howards Grove, Kiel, Mishicot, Oostburg, Plymouth, Random Lake, Reedsville, and Two Rivers; and 27 distance learning sites. LTC's mission is to enrich lives and strengthen the economy by preparing a workforce that is skilled, diverse and flexible. On average, 87% of LTC graduates work in the LTC District which includes Manitowoc and Sheboygan Counties, and parts of Calumet and Ozaukee Counties. Visit LTC at: gotoltc.edu.