Safety Bulletins and Resources
Performing Arts and Motion Picture Hazard Fact Sheet - Developed by the IATSE in partnership with OSHA, includes industry specific resources
Analog Way: Manufactures scalers/presentation switchers and they train mainly on mid-range switchers (Pulse, QuickVus, Eikos, Saphyr, etc.) and High-End switchers (Ascender32, 48, etc.). They offer free group training on their equipment. Local union officers should contact Alessandro at Analog Way for more details.
Entertainment Edu: The standards and practices courses offer a good analysis of accepted common practices along with a review of applicable codes and standards. They each have a core curriculum but can be adapted to training needs. All Courses are led by a recognized ETCP trainer and are approved for ETCP renewal credits.
K34 Industries LLC Safety Training: Forklift Safety Course and Aerial Working Platform Safety Course are $1,750 each for class sizes up to 20 attendees. Additional costs may apply for expenses, travel, and additional attendees. (814) 792 – 7277 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED: An American Red Cross Instructor comes to your facility to train your employees on the date and at the time you select. The cost for up to 8 people to be trained in Adult CPR/AED is $810, each additional person costs $70. This 3 hour training has an 8 person minimum. Contact Janet Johnson at the Red Cross to schedule your on-site group training.
Sunbelt Rentals: Aerial Work Platforms, Forklifts, Backhoe/Loaders, and Skid-steer Loaders
Sync OnSet: Enables a more efficient workflow and easier collaboration with automatic script breakdown, continuity photo galleries, inventory/asset management, budgeting, producer approval dashboard, multiple users, mobile app, and much more.
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