Arxcis Safety Training Programs Now Available on CD

Staff | September 28, 2010

Arxcis Inc., an industrial training and OSHA-accredited crane inspections provider, has transferred its popular training program from classroom to CD. Unlike generic safety training videos, the Arxcis Hard Hat Training Series CDs are fully customizable, allowing instructors to use the information as is or to tailor it for their unique applications.

According to OSHA, employers pay almost $1 billion per week to injured employees and their medical care providers. According to Myron Lee, Arxcis co-founder, "Most employers view safety training as an investment. Yet, tuition costs for many of the country's training programs can be prohibitive. We hope to alleviate this cost burden by providing a one-time cost CD that can be used for any number of trainees on any number of occasions." Users of the CDs can implement their own text — to include information such as company policies and additional test questions — as well as photos or logos to accompany the existing Arxcis training materials and instructors can print unlimited student manuals and tests directly from the CD. The availability of the company's OSHA-accredited expertise on a customizable and portable format makes training in the public works, utility, government, construction, industrial, and maritime industries more affordable for both public and private entities. Courses covering the following equipment/topics are available: Sit-Down Forklifts, Stand-Up Forklifts, Aerial/Scissor Lifts, Telescopic Handlers/Reach Forklifts, Backhoes/Loaders, Boom Trucks, Rough-Terrain Cranes, Pedestal-Mounted Cranes, Vehicle-Mounted Aerial Lifts, Overhead Cranes, Excavators, and Trench Safety.

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