As the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) moves from buzzword to reality, companies are making progress in implementing new technologies, but scaling and linking investment to value remain a work in progress.
VMA Safety Awards were presented to forty-nine contractors during an awards ceremony at the 17th annual Virginia Environmental Health and Safety (VEHS) Conference on September 18.
The council’s membership includes CEOs from various industries, senior executives in finance, technology and energy sectors, nonprofit executives representing small businesses, bankers and other public interests, former college presidents, trustees, senior administrators, and current college students.
The MSI MT1 Trainer Certification Course is a three-day intensive train-the-trainer program to teach instructor candidates how to deliver the MSI-approved MT1 instructor-led curriculum.
This years Workforce Solutions Symposium featured Catherine Conlon, a recent graduate from Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center's Manufacturing Technology Training (MTT) program, a Division of the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services, along with her instructor, Steve Sweeney, and Debby Hopkins from the Shenandoah Valley Workforce Development Board.
DSS was given this honor for its outstanding support of safety excellence and safety training provided to manufacturers and craft brewers in the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as through MSI’s national academic partner network.
MSI Fellow awards are presented to those individuals who have been active in workforce development for manufacturing, actively supports one or more MSI related credentials or services and has attained distinction in manufacturing related disciplines.