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Whether you’re a fabricator with multiple machines or a contractor using a portable hand brake on the job site, maintaining a safe work environment is your top priority. With labor shortages as challenging as ever, how do you get your employees to eat, breathe and sleep safety while still meeting your production deadlines? Industry leaders from two companies with exemplary safety records, voestalpine Roll Forming, and AMS Controls, will lead the discussion on roll forming safety in today’s METALCON Live! presented by METALCON Live! and The Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, International® (FMA).
Bringing her wealth of experience from managing seven production facilities in three states, Patty Sweasy, safety and training manager with voelstalpine Roll Forming Corporation teams up with Andy Allman, president of AMS Controls, for this “must see” webinar. They will share the best practices and innovative ideas they have used to create a safety-centered culture in their respective companies. Learn how to inspire action in every employee to not only look out for themselves but also their team members. Presented in partnership with FMA, this webinar is a must for fabricators and contractors with teams of any size.
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Andy has been working in the roll forming industry for over 29 years. Before becoming president, Andy was the VP of engineering at AMS and was heavily involved in the development of high-performance length control systems as well as computer integrated manufacturing software. He has a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Mizzou and a master’s in international business from St. Louis University. Andy is a member of the FMA Roll Forming Council.
Safety & Training Manager
Patty Sweasy has been with voestalpine for 27 years and leads the safety and training programs for 400+ employees in six plants located in Kentucky, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. She is also part of the voestalpine companies.