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Safety is Paramount

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Material handling operations remain one of the most dangerous activities in any box plant, with injuries and fatalities still regularly occurring. Do you know the best practices for keeping everyone safe at your plant? 
At Corrugated Week 2018, a combined panel of leading corporate safety experts and material handling manufacturers will headline an information-packed session uncovering the latest industry innovations, as well as what is being done to improve safety in plants.
For many, eliminating related hazards, reducing injuries and preparing for future changes continue as key concerns for all managers. Corrugated Week 2018 Safety Panel participants addressing these critical issues include:
  • Leo Karris of Packaging Corporation of America and David Martin of International Paper who will pose real-world safety scenarios and questions
  • Gil Combs of Keytroller, a Division of ID Systems, Jimmy Helms of Syntech, and Barry Morse of Hyster will offer real-time solutions.
Come prepared with questions. Following the 45 minute panel discussion moderated by Chris Harris by WPR Services, there will be an interactive audience Q&A.
Don’t miss this chance to learn and be a part of a critical issue discussion. Register today.

Corrugated Week is sponsored by TAPPI and AICC, the industry’s two leading associations representing integrated and independent corrugated plants. It regularly brings together the largest group of decision makers in the industry and offers an array of learning opportunities, top-notch programs, exclusive networking events, continuing education credit workshops, and an impressive group of more than 170 exhibitors. Exclusive show days are September 26 - 27, with special box plant rates to attend just the exhibit.

Visit corrugatedweek.org for registration and hotel and travel information.

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