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Summit Training Source Joins Health & Safety institute family of brands to create the leading safety & health training organization

February 12, 2013
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Vendor NewsSummit Training Source is pleased to announce they have joined the Health & Safety Institute (HSI) family of brands. Together, Summit and HSI form the leading provider of health, safety and life saving education materials in the market.  These powerful brands have combined to offer customers over 800 training programs available in elearning, streaming video and DVD courses, as well as customized training solutions and onsite training and consulting services.

“Our shared organizational values of creating technically accurate, engaging, and results orientated training solutions and a foremost commitment to customer service make Summit and HSI the ideal combination to offer clients world class resources to protect and save lives, “ expresses Bill Clendenen, CEO of HSI.

Headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, HSI is a leading global safety, emergency care and response training organization. HSI produces flexible and effective training solutions for first-aid and CPR/AED authorized trainers, EMS professionals and fire professionals through its American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI), MEDIC First Aid, 24-7 EMS, and 24-7 Fire brands. HSI’s award winning training materials are used by thousands of professionals around the world to save lives every day. Summit Training Source, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, specializes in environmental, health and safety compliance training. Covering over 100 OSHA, DOT and EPA training topics, Summit’s extensive library of training materials teaches workers hazard awareness and best practices to reduce costly accidents and injuries.

“HSI delivers training to help save lives; Summit’s training portfolio helps protect lives. Together, we offer clients a total health and safety training solution,” comments Bryan Hornik, President of Summit Training Source. With both organizations experiencing tremendous growth over the last three years, clients can expect a greater service offering with new and exciting products from the HSI family of brands.  

For more information about HSI, visit www.hsi.com; for more information about Summit Training Source, visit www.safetyontheweb.com.
 

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