Webinar: Bridging the Skills Gap

RELIABILITYWEB.COM is programming with IRISS an interesting webinar this April 10th, 2018 Time: 11 AM EDT (8 AM PDT) about the looking for trained technical personnel by the industry and as it has been using condition-based maintenance technologies to fill this gap in the skill by use of safe, simple and cost-effective equipment condition data collection methods.


Acoordding RELIABILITYWEB.COM: «A 2017 survey conducted by Klein Tools completed by 600 electricians highlights continued concerns among electricians over the scarcity of skilled workers. According to the survey results, seven in ten electricians are concerned about the skills gap in the U.S. labor market. 56% of those surveyed have noticed more experienced electricians leaving the field over the last few years, a 12% increase from 2015. Many of the surveyed electricians list the physical demands of the job as the reason for the increase»

Beside that: «Industries have recognized this skills gap among skilled workers such as electricians, welders, machinists, etc. Government programs and private organizations are setting up and promoting vocational schools to produce our next generation of skilled worker. This approach will likely increase the available workforce, but is unlikely to completely meet growing demand. It is therefore imperative that businesses find other ways to bridge this skills gap. One safe and efficient approach is the use of Electrical Maintenance Safety Devices (EMSD)»

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