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GEAPS Teams Up with Safety Made Simple

Partnership provides free safety courses for GEAPS members

Hard hat employee VIA PIXABAY MARCH 2021

The Grain Elevator and Processing Society announces a new partnership with Safety Made Simple to provide free online safety courses to members.

Safety Made Simple will provide a new course every quarter for the next year through the partnership. The first course, Safety Made Simple 105: Lockout Tagout - Complex Procedures is currently available for members.

“We are very excited to work with Safety Made Simple and to provide this additional training at no cost to our members,” says Steve Records, GEAPS executive director. “This partnership highlights our mission and work to advance industry knowledge and provides distinct new value for GEAPS membership. The team at Safety Made Simple leverage a ton of experience to provide tools to keep the industry safe. The members of their content development team are highly regarded in our industry and are frequent speakers at GEAPS events. This is one more example of new offerings GEAPS is bringing to our members.”

According to Joe Mlynek of Safety Made Simple, “we are grateful for the opportunity to offer several of our online courses to GEAPS members. Our partnership with GEAPS aligns with our commitment to the hard-working people in the agriculture industry. Together we will help send them home safely each day.”

GEAPS members can access the training by logging in to the GEAPS website and clicking on “My Training” on their member profile.

About Safety Made Simple
Safety Made Simple, the agriculture industry’s leading online training provider, offers a full range of courses in areas including general industry, grain handling, livestock, agronomy, and food safety, as well as human resource development.

The Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) is an international professional association of grain handling and processing professionals. GEAPS addresses the industry’s critical grain handling, storage and processing operations needs by providing networking, professional development programs and access to a global marketplace of industry suppliers.

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