June 21, 2018
“The TSISC scholarship program rewards contractor employees who attend the program, ensuring safe work sites in our region,” said Charmaine McDowell, director of Corporate Partnerships.
The scholarship assists current safety-badge holders (or their spouses, children or step-children) planning to attend or currently enrolled in accredited colleges, universities, graduate schools or vocational/technical schools.
Below is a list of the 2018 TSISC scholarship winners:
TSISC, a member of the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils (ARSC), was created in 2003 as a nonprofit organization to address the need for cost-effective and consistently trained contract workers in local industry (Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois). Future and current badge holders attend courses held at USI and in the community to complete and refresh safety training requirements.
Part of this council’s mission is to ensure a properly trained and safe contractor workforce while also eliminating redundant orientations.
Contract employees working at member sites can complete a safety orientation (Basic Orientation Plus™ and Basic Orientation Plus Refresher™) and earn an identification badge by passing a test successfully.
For more information on the Tri-State Industrial Safety Council, visit USI.edu/TSISC.
By Maria Scheller, Outreach and Engagement Content Marketing Assistant
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