“Essentials of Safety Seminars” to be Held in April, May, June

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<p><strong>Davenport, Iowa &mdash; March 15</strong><br />Compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations is a vitally important issue because OSHA can fine businesses and even close them down for violating safety regulations. </p><p>To help businesses meet their safety objectives and learn more about OSHA compliance, American Safety Training Inc., a safety train-the-trainer company, holds &ldquo;Essentials of Safety&rdquo; seminars nationwide and has released its two- and four-day class schedule for April, May and June 2007.<br />&nbsp;<br />&ldquo;If you are responsible for employee health and safety or for workplace practices that must comply with OSHA regulations, our seminars offer the vital information you need,&rdquo; said Benjamin Mangan, American Safety Training&nbsp; president. <br /><br />Participants can attend for two or four days. </p><p>Two-day attendees who meet the seminar&rsquo;s learning requirements earn American Safety Training&rsquo;s 14-hour training card, which exceeds the requirements of OSHA&rsquo;s 10-hour card. </p><p>Four-day attendees who meet learning requirements earn a 30-hour training card, indicating they have received this necessary, in-depth training. <br /><br />Many attendees return to their businesses to train their own employees, teaching them to apply the seminar&rsquo;s concepts to workplace issues. Attendees include safety directors, safety committee members, human resources personnel, medical personnel, manufacturing engineers, managers, business owners and administrators.</p>

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