INDIANAPOLIS (March 8, 2012)—The Association for Rubber Products Manufacturers will hold its annual Environmental, Health and Safety Summit April 26-27 at Lorain Community College in Elyria, Ohio.
Executives in the rubber products industry segment will have take part in sessions covering topics such as industrial hygiene, combustible dust, risk homeostasis and proven methods for enhancing an organization's safety culture.
“As the lead organization for rubber product manufacturers, ARPM truly understands the environmental, health, and safety needs of our industry and has taken aggressive steps to help its members and other rubber professionals tackle and resolve these issues,” said ARPM President Charlie Braun.
Braun—who is the owner and president of injection molder Custom Rubber Corp.—said environmental, health and safety issue are vitally important in the rubber industry, and “being able to purely focus on these topics in such a dynamic environment is truly priceless.”
The ARPM's Summit Committee has recruited top experts to speak at the program, according to ARPM Executive Director Troy Nix. “In fact, many of the industry speakers are viewed by their peers as resident experts,” he said. “You simply can't replace experience and practical implementation of EHS ideas in a conference venue like this.”
The ARPM conference is open to executives from rubber product manufacturing companies. For more information, go to www.arpminc.org.