|By Marketwired .||
|August 8, 2014 02:07 PM EDT||
FRANKLIN, WI -- (Marketwired) -- 08/08/14 -- ESC Services, Inc., the world's largest engineering firm dedicated to comprehensive hazardous energy control services (often referred to as Lockout-Tagout) is scheduled to present on the topic of "Advanced Lockout-Tagout Systems" at the upcoming VPPPA (Voluntary Protection Program Participants Association) National Expo Tuesday, August 26th at 3:15 p.m.
Jimi Michalscheck, the CEO of ESC, is well known for his captivating speaking style that is both informative and dynamic -- no two speeches are the same.
Attendees can expect to leave with exactly what they came to get -- or at least information on the right path to find the information they are seeking.
"When it comes to lockout-tagout, the biggest hurdle for most companies is the knowledge factor. We're here to bridge that gap through conferences like this as well as our information-rich website," explains Michalscheck. "There's no second chance when it comes to safety. We're on a mission to educate the world that there's a difference between simply meeting the minimum bar and designing a world-class program that meets all the needs of both safety and productivity. We're here to challenge and be challenged -- real time. This should be exciting -- nobody will be falling asleep, I can tell you that much," Michalscheck claims.
Attendees can learn more by visiting ESC's website for VPPPA expo details, dates, and location.
VPPPA came into existence in 1982 when OSHA announced their implementation. Today ~3,000+ participants attend the annual workshop in addition to thousands more at their 10 regional conferences around the country. Nearly 2,000 companies are VPPPA participating member sites proving the success of the program.
To register to attend the conference, visit www.vpppa.org/conference/agenda.
ABOUT ESC SERVICES, INC.
ESC Services, Inc. is the world's largest provider of visual lockout-tagout programs with a track record of saving companies millions of dollars. Annually ESC provides more than 40,000 graphical lockout-tagout procedures and oversees audits on a pool of more than 1,000 clients. ESC's services include lockout-tagout consulting, procedures, training, auditing, and software.
To begin your journey learning more about advanced lockout-tagout or to contact us for a private demonstration, please visit www.escservices.com/lockout-tagout-procedures
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