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  Online Versus Classroom Training 3/1/2011
  Which is best for safety training - Online or Classroom? Although we wish it were an easy "yes" or "no" answer, the fact of the matter is that one training format is not better than others. The type of training you use is going to be specivic to your needs and the topics on which you are training.  continue >>
   
  Set Your Sights on Safety - Occupational eye injuries, causes and prevention. 3/1/2011
  Eye injuries are one of the most common workplace injuries, accounting for 2.5 million eye injuries annually in the Uniteed States alone. Out of this group, 50,000 people permanently lose part or all of their vision.  continue >>
   
  Respiratory Protection 3/1/2011
  "With all the new products being developed, and chemicals being mixed to make those products sometimes just one breath of a toxic fume could do some permanent damage to you, if not death."  continue >>
   
  Fall Protection 3/1/2011
  Occupational falls continue to be one of the highest recordable incidents in industry. They are the third leading cause of deal, following motor vehicle accidents and struck by incidents.  continue >>
   
  Online Training's Many Benefits 11/17/2010
  While the time savings vary greatly, a rough estimate is that safety managers spent 40 percent of their time delivering training in the pre-online era and now spend 10 percent of their time on it.  continue >>
   
  Summit Receives Top Award for Online Training from OH&S Magazine 10/25/2010
  Summit Training Source is proud to announce top honors from the Occupational Health & Safety magazine, which held its second annual New Product of the Year contest at the 2010 National Safety Conference in San Diego. Summit surpassed competition to win the award in the product category for Best Online Training with its product line Summit Elements.  continue >>
   
  Life in the balance 6/29/2010
  According to OSHA, falls are the leading cause of fatalities in the construction industry and account for roughly 300,000 injuries each year. In addition to the human tragedy, falls take a toll in direct and indirect costs including medical expenses, lost work time, insurance, workers’ compensation and lost productivity.   continue >>