Miller Electric Mfg. Co. of Appleton, WI is supporting 12
summer manufacturing camps in Wisconsin in 2018 with a
$10,000 donation to Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs (NBT), the
Foundation of the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association,
Int’l. Miller values NBT’s mission and demonstrates
its belief in supporting the manufacturing industry by
making it possible for NBT to provide camp grant funding.
The donation will support and allow approximately 200
students, aged 12-16, to be introduced to the manufacturing
process from design through production. The one- or
two-week long summer camps have been a successful
way of introducing middle- and high-school students
to the fascinating, high-tech career choices available to
them in today’s advanced manufacturing industry. Camps
allow students to make something with their own hands,
sparking their imagination and encouraging them to
consider a career in manufacturing. This summer, NBT
will support a record number of 90 camps across the U.S.
To be eligible for camp grant funding, schools must be
able to accommodate at least 12 students at their facility,
direct an entrepreneurship camp curriculum, introduce
manufacturing processes (i.e. metal fabricating, CNC,
machining, welding, etc.) and provide opportunities to tour
local manufacturing plants during the camp.
The can’t-miss safety conference for employees and their
leaders is returning to Nashville, TN on April 3-5, 2019.
DEKRA Organizational Safety and Reliability recently
announced registration for the 2019 Safety in Action
Conference is open. Geared toward occupational safety
and health professionals who face increasing demands
from their companies to know about best practices,
industry trends and the latest product innovations,
learnings and networking opportunities at the Safety in
Action Conference are limitless. With more than 2,000
executives, safety professionals, facilitators, team
members and union leaders from across industries and
continents, it is the largest frontline employee safety
conference in the world. In its 32nd year, the Safety in
Action Conference has become a premiere occupational
safety gathering with more than 180 companies from 30
different industries represented at the 2018 safety event.
Those industries included chemicals, oil & gas, utilities,
mining, food & beverage and dozens of others. The
event includes some of the biggest companies in their
categories, such as Tyson Foods, BNSF Railway, Shell Oil
and BASF, to name a few.
Finishing Brands, Binks, DeVilbiss, Ransburg, BGK
and Owens Community College have teamed up to
present Spray Finishing Technology Workshops. These
three-day intensive training programs are scheduled for
Nov. 7-9 in Toledo, OH. Classes meet from 8: 30 a.m. to
4 p.m. daily and include both classroom and hands-on
sessions. Two Continuing Education Units are awarded.
Attendees should be involved with industrial, contractor
or maintenance spray finishing applications, or spray
equipment sales and distribution. Topics for the Spray
Finishing Technology Workshop include: equipment
types and selection; equipment set-up, operation and
maintenance; surface preparation and defect analysis;
material selection; and safety and regulatory concerns.
To register, or for additional information, contact Jaime
Wineland, Owens Community College, Workforce and
Community Services Division, toll-free at: 800-466-9367,
ext. 7320, or by email at email@example.com.
Information is also available online at: www.owens.edu/