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MSA Field Safety Training

03/12/2019 - 02/12/2019

Location: Midwest Sign, St. Paul, MN

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Minnesota Sign Association (MSA)
Free Field Safety Training on March 12

One of the benefits of being a MSA member is the opportunity for you and your employees to attend two complimentary safety training sessions a year. Join your fellow MSA members for this excellent opportunity for fun, interactive learning (with prizes!) on March 12.

This safety training session is ideal for sign installers, manufacturers, and service personnel. It covers a variety of sign-industry related topics including ladders, aerial lifts, scissor lifts, Right To Know (GHS, HazCom), accident investigation / cost of risk, portable tools & equipment, OSHA citations prevention strategies, and more!       

When:      Tuesday, March 12
                      7:30 AM - 9:00 AM


Where:     Midwest Sign (go to the back side of this building to enter)
                      45 East Maryland Avenue
                      St. Paul, MN  55117-4610
                      (651) 489-9999

Speaker:   Mike Music, Marsh & McLennan Agency, Safety & Risk Consultant

The success of MSA's QBE Insurance Dividend Program is dependent on the safety and loss prevention of each MSA member. Our combined effort will help us earn the maximum annual group dividend. We all want this great loss history to continue!

Sign up TODAY! (Space is limited)

To attend, please RSVP by March 7 to [email protected] and include the names of employees that will be attending.

We hope to see you there!
 
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Special Note: These trainings address specific risks common to the sign industry and do not fulfill the requirements for the AWAIR Act or Right-to-Know. These require an employer establish their own written workplace accident and injury reduction program that promotes safety and healthful working conditions based on clearly states goals and objectives for your specific organization.