17 Aug Factory Certified Training
Employee safety has to be priority number one, and most companies would prefer to avoid an OSHA audit if they can prevent it. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has training requirements in fall protection, electrical safety, lockout-tagout, respiratory protection, and machine guarding.
One of the most common violations reported by OSHA is the failure to train operators. Training and education are key elements to a strong injury prevention program that can help businesses reduce workplace hazards before workers get hurt while also reducing significant costs to employers.
“Access to skilled labor is the number one issue facing the industrial world today. We focus our training curriculum on providing operators with the skills to safely and effectively operate the machine and to optimize their setups to safely achieve their targeted results the first time and on time. If you want to reduce your exposure and ensure your people have the skills to be productive as soon as the machine comes out of the box, get them Factory Certified Training!” Says Chris Krantz, Global Training Manager.
CLIMAX has been teaching the fundamentals and finer points of portable machine tool operation for the last 57 years. The training courses are focused on machine safety, operation, and machine guarding.
Whether it’s a regularly scheduled course at one of our eight Global Training Centers or a custom curriculum conducted with your team at your facility, your technicians will benefit from courses developed by the most experienced and respected professionals in the business.
Training is available at the following eight Global Training Centers:
- Portland, Oregon
- Houston, Texas
- Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Cleveland, Ohio
- Manchester, United Kingdom
- Düren, Germany
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Dammam, Saudi Arabia
Regularly scheduled courses in basic and advanced tool operation are available. A vast majority of every program is devoted to hands-on activities, skills development, and OEM Certification covering the following subject matters:
- Operator safety
- Tool component review, setup, and mounting
- Standard and advanced operational techniques
- Overview of cutting tools and recommended usage
- Maintenance procedures
- Operator safety
Increasing focus on safety and training is a key responsibility for companies everywhere since many safety hazards and incidents arise from human error. It’s time to ensure our operators and machinists are getting trained properly by OEM-certified experts, using well-designed, user-friendly tools that protect the user to the highest degree possible.
Contact us now and schedule training for your team today!