National Safety Council & Summit Training Source Partner to Offer Online Training

Grand Rapids, MI – The National Safety Council today announced it has partnered with Summit Training Source to deliver interactive online training curriculum. NSC will offer Summit’s Online OSHA accepted 10 & 30 Hour training for general industry and construction, along with Summit’s entire library of interactive online compliance training courses.

“The online curriculum offered by Summit complements our existing classroom and print content, enabling us to now offer a full range of courses, delivered through different methods, that better meet the needs of our members and customers,” said Janet Froetscher, NSC president and CEO.

Summit also will develop new online training curriculum for NSC, as well as convert current NSC training content to a web-based format. Benefits of online training includes 24/7 global availability, self-paced learning and cost savings through a reduction in travel expense and training time.

“We are very excited to have this opportunity to work with the National Safety Council; combining the knowledge and skill sets of Summit and the National Safety Council will have a very beneficial effect on the future of safety advocacy,” said Valerie Overheul, Summit president and CEO.

Summit’s online offering will be available this summer. Visit the NSC website for more information on NSC products and training.

Summit Training Source (www.safetyontheweb.com)has been an expert in environmental, health and safety training curriculum development since 1981. Summit delivers its content in multiple formats, including Online, Video/DVD, Streaming Video and Elements. Summit’s training programs have been successful for more than 40,000 safety professionals worldwide. Its product offering covers over 100 OSHA, DOT and EPA topics and includes Online OSHA accepted 10 & 30 Hour training for both general industry and construction.

The National Safety Council (www.nsc.org) saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads through leadership, research, education and advocacy.

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