Monthly Archives: November 2013

Cal-OSHA has continued it’s investigation into the burned workers at the San Francisco Bay Tesla Motors factory. Three employees suffered burns after a casting press filled with hot aluminum failed. Two of the employees only suffered minor injuries while one had serious injuries, according to Greg Siggins, a spokesman for the California Occupational Safety and […]

Every year NATEC International, Inc., does various things to give back to the community over the holidays. This year is no different. For Thanksgiving the company participated in a canned food drive to provide food for those in need this year. While this drive is already in the rear-view mirror, the company will also be […]

According to the US Department of Labor, over 3 million work-related injuries occurred in 2012. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) finds this statistic to be a staggering number, despite their many attempts at new regulations for preventative measures in the workplace. OSHA and the US Department of Labor have worked in close collaboration […]

NATEC can create courses on an organization/corporation’s basis of need. Whether your employees are currently requiring a refresher course for continuing education units, new courses for current OSHA regulations that are not available in our current schedule, or have timing conflicts, this option may be the best for you. At NATEC, we serve you as […]

NATEC International, Inc. has launched it’s 2014 course schedule and has already begun enrollment. Workers in need of training should sign up for the courses they require immediately as class rosters will be filling fast. Space is limited but we can always make a special class for clients with a high-volume of students. Companies looking […]

The NATEC Northern California branch has grown by 70%, with continued growth on the horizon. Although the company’s training facility has been breaking into the Northern California territory only a short while, it has quickly established itself as a top-notch institution. If you are in Northern California, we would love to accommodate your company, organization […]

The deadline for Globally Harmonized System training, the internationally accepted standard for labeling and classifying of hazardous materials, is December 1, 2013. If you or your workers have not been training on this system by the deadline you will be subjected to a fine. Who is GHS training for? This new system of classification affects […]

The  Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced earlier this year it would roll a proposal of stronger standards when it comes to worker exposure to crystalline silica. Commonly used in the industry, silica can cause many health problems including cancer, tuberculosis and silicosis (lung disease). In the wake of these concerns the proposal would revise two […]