Are you looking to increase your understanding of linerboard and medium performance properties and how they are achieved? Do you want to improve manufacturing operations, and produce a more competitive product? Look no further than the 2013 TAPPI Linerboard/Medium Manufacture Course, August 13-15, 2013 at the TAPPI Training Room in Peachtree Corners, Ga. USA. Register now! With only 25 seats available, you’re sure to get your questions answered.
This intermediate-level three-day course is ideal for process engineers and operators in linerboard and medium manufacturing facilities and converting plants with a more intermediate background. Chemical and other suppliers will also benefit from this course.
Need some background info? The Supplemental Overview of Linerboard Seminar takes place Monday, August 12 before the Linerboard/Medium Manufacture Course. This is an ideal opportunity to gain an overview of corrugating, tests and properties, pulp mill operations and recycling, stock preparation and paper machine operations. There is a separate registration required for the Seminar and, like the course, only 25 seats are available.
At the 2013 TAPPI Corrugated Press Hands-On Maintenance Workshop, September 17-18 at the Global Equipment USA Warehouse in Skokie, Illinois USA you will have an unprecedented opportunity to get hands-on training on how to audit converting machines. With only 18 seats available, participants will have ample opportunity to get their questions answered by instructors led by Tom Pearce of Pearce Corrugated Consultants and the Global Equipment Representatives. The schedule for this course is packed into just 2.5 efficiently planned days so you’ll get loads of skills and experience without much time away from your operations.
This Intermediate-level course offers indispensable hands-on maintenance training for corrugated industry plant managers and supervisors, engineers, maintenance teams and machine operators.
Learn more about this course and why you can’t afford to miss it. Register by August 16 to receive the best rates but don’t delay! Only 18 seats are available.
Your opportunity to attend the highly reputable?Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS) Course?is coming up soon July 15-19, at the TAPPI Training Facility in metro Atlanta.
The Certified Occupational Safety Specialist® (COSS) course equips you with the safety skills and confidence you need for nearly any role your serve in your company. Take the next step and register for this nationally known safety designation.
Not only will you learn how to read and understand the OSHA 1910 and 1926 CFRs and help your company avoid OSHA citations that cost millions of dollars, but more importantly, by learning how to work safely on a job site, you can teach your company how to lower fatalities and near misses. Almost 47% of COSS graduates responding to our survey, indicate that since taking COSS, their company's injury rate and/or OSHA recordables have decreased by as much as 25% and others attest to as much as a 100% decrease!
COSS curriculum is updated every year for the highest integrity of accuracy because safety rules and OSHA standards are often changing.
The cost of this nationally-known program is minimal if you compare it with the potential cost of even one accident. This course is designed for all job levels so that anyone can become a leader in safety management on the job.
COSS instructors are Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainers, a highly complex level of commitment - meaning these trainers are passionate about safety. You'll learn from the best in the profession. Do you know others who could benefit from this training? Feel free to forward this email and spread the word.
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By: Michael T. Postek, Robert J. Moon, Alan W. Rudie, Michael A. Bilodeau
Cellulose nanocrystals and cellulose nanofibrils have been known for 20-50 years, but recent research suggesting very high strength properties and other unique physical properties have generated extensive interest in these materials. The book will be a collection of two to three page summaries on recently completed and on-going research with these high strength materials. This book will identify who’s-who of research as well as leads on successful applications. Topics will include: production and modification, composites, other applications, modeling, and standards. Production and Application of Cellulose Nanomaterials.
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