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Martin Engineering offering online learning content

By |  August 17, 2021

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Martin Engineering’s latest online learning offering is now available.

Eight self-paced modules address methods to identify, understand and correct common bulk conveying issues to improve safety on powerful and potentially dangerous systems, while complying with regulations, maximizing production efficiency and achieving the lowest operating costs, according to Martin Engineering.

The modules are also designed to integrate with learning management systems so users can assign, monitor and certify progress of all participants, the company says.

“Online conveyor training is delivering critical knowledge to companies around the world, and that’s never been more important than in these pandemic-restricted times,” says Jerad Heitzler, training manager at Martin Engineering. “But even as the popularity of these programs continues to rise, larger firms face challenges integrating the content into their learning management systems so they can ensure thorough and convenient training for all employees – at all levels – across multiple sites.”

Heitzler adds that the modules create a verifiable record of employee training, so customers can track and confirm the participation of individuals companywide. They are organized into 90- to 120-minute segments and cover topics such as safety best practices, fugitive material control and belt tracking.

“This is the type of training that everyone should have, and companies no longer need to rely on an outside vendor to schedule individual or group sessions,” Heitzler says. “It delivers an in-depth and consistent understanding of conveyors and their hazards, ensuring that personnel at all levels can work safely and efficiently around these powerful systems.”

Jack Kopanski

About the Author:

Jack Kopanski is the Managing Editor for Pit & Quarry and Portable Plants. Kopanski can be reached at 216-706-3756 or jkopanski@northcoastmedia.net.

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