PIM’s Right To Know Training – Avoid the most commonly cited standard among printers
In these unprecedented times, employee health and safety training is more important now than it ever has been. If you find yourself with a little more down time, now is your chance to complete your REQUIRED training. Remember that OSHA has not slowed down or reduced enforcement. Right to Know training is required for every printer. Some states, such as Minnesota, require Right to Know training annually.
Right to Know/Hazard Communication Training
Printing Industry Midwest (PIM) offers Right to Know training to accommodate your company’s schedule and needs. We will work with you to conduct required training while maintaining infectious disease prevention guidelines.
Required by OSHA, this must be provided to all production employees. In Minnesota, it is required annually. Attendees will learn how to develop an effective RTK program and avoid the most commonly cited standard among printers. This course covers the basics of the RTK standard, Safety Data Sheets (SDS), proper chemical labeling, GHS and much more.
Contact either Paul Gutkowski at 612.400.6205 or Cathy Malinowski at 612.868.6771 to schedule your 2020 Right to Know Training.
Learning more about PIM’s training programs, click here.
Don’t forget! PIM’s Upcoming Webinar: Forklift Train the Trainer Workshop
Online Only Workshop | May 20, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
On May 20, 2020 PIM is offering an online only train-the-trainer workshop for powered industrial trucks (PIT). If you are responsible for training your company’s PIT operators, this workshop is for you.
OSHA requires both classroom and practical instruction in the proper operation of the vehicle, possible hazards, and other concerns specific to your facility. If you are responsible for training your companies PIT operators, this workshop is designed for you. Upon completion of this workshop you will be able to:
- Identify the training requirements and performance criteria for PIT operators.
- Recognize conditions that place your PIT operators at risk;
- Identify when periodic operator re-evaluation and assessment is needed;
- Train your company’s employees to meet OSHA’s PIT training and evaluation requirements.