WASHINGTON (Nov. 17)—The Rubber Manufacturers Association´s General Products Group has issued a new computer-based training program to provide in-house training to rubber machinery operators. The CD-ROM program uses text graphics, sound and animation to give workers a grounding in work procedures, technology, safety and quality control in compression molding, injection molding, extrusion and mixing operations. Ferris State University aided the GPG in creating "a unique, user-friendly training program built around the best rubber industry practices, established training techniques and the ease and interactivity of computer technology," said GPG Vice President Kevin Ott in a press release.
RMA group offers computer-based training program
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