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Get the Basics Right!

2012 August 3

For more than 15 years I’ve been teach­ing peo­ple about risk assess­ment, machin­ery safety and CE Marking of machin­ery in pri­vate, onsite classes and through pre­sen­ta­tions at safety con­fer­ences. Things are about to change!

This fall, Compliance InSight Consulting will begin offer­ing open-​​enrolment work­shops in CE Marking, Risk Assessment Functional Safety, and Machinery Safety, all with a focus on indus­trial machin­ery. These courses will be hands-​​on events, with stu­dents engaged in work­shop activ­i­ties through­out eachTraining event event.

In the win­ter, these work­shops will also migrate to our on-​​line edu­ca­tion plat­form, so stu­dents in any loca­tion around the world can access our train­ing programs.

This is an excit­ing step for CIC, and the work­shops we have planned are engag­ing, dynamic and infor­ma­tion packed.

Watch the blog, and sub­scribe to our mail­ing list to be the first to know when reg­is­tra­tion opens. Workshops will be lim­ited size, first-​​come, first-​​served. We’ll announce dates and loca­tions in early August!

Post By Doug Nix (94 Posts)

+DougNix is Managing Director and Principal Consultant at Compliance InSight Consulting, Inc. (http://​www​.com​pli​an​cein​sight​.ca) in Kitchener, Ontario, and is Lead Author and Managing Editor of the Machinery Safety 101 blog.

Doug’s work includes teach­ing machin­ery risk assess­ment tech­niques pri­vately and through Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Kitchener, Ontario, as well as pro­vid­ing tech­ni­cal ser­vices and train­ing pro­grams to clients related to risk assess­ment, indus­trial machin­ery safety, safety-​​related con­trol sys­tem inte­gra­tion and reli­a­bil­ity, laser safety and reg­u­la­tory conformity.

Website: → Compliance inSight Consulting Inc.

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