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December 1, 2015   Chamber Website Facebook Twitter YouTube
 
   

Carly Fiorina Speaks to SC Chamber

   
   

Republican presidential candidate and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina stopped by our offices Tuesday to address the Chamber as  part of our 2016 Presidential Forum Series. Chamber Members from across the state submitted questions ranging from the importance of technology in the workforce to healthcare policy, education, and more. If you missed it, you can check out our live tweets of the Q&A session here. We live streamed the event on Periscope and you can watch here in case you missed it!

   
   
 
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Safety Training Savings Extended!

Great news! We’ve extended our Cyber Monday Sale through Wednesday, December 2nd. Register for one or both of our back-to back trainings and save! Please enter promo code CYBER15 at checkout to receive your $75 discount. Discount may not be applied to existing registrations or combined with other promotions.
 
OSHA and the Maintenance Worker
Wednesday, December 9, 2015 in Columbia, SC

Where are the highest injury/incident rates in many manufacturing facilities? Hint: it’s NOT on the line, but in the maintenance department. Guess where OSHA concentrates their inspection efforts? Join us and learn the most often cited areas of concern. Learn More
 
PIT/Forklift Training
Thursday, December 10, 2015 in Columbia, SC
Is that worker operating a pallet jack properly trained to do so? At the SC Chamber’s PIT/Forklift Training you’ll get a one-day “train the trainer” workshop detailing general safety, operation and training for operating a PIT (Powered Industrial Truck). If you are an operator, need a refresher course, wish to train other operators, join us. Learn More

 
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Save the Date for Business Speaks

In a few weeks, the General Assembly will return to Columbia and the business community will have an opportunity to discuss its priorities with key legislators at Business Speaks at the State House. This event, presented by Zeus Industrial Products, Inc., will take place on January 26 at 4 p.m. at the Columbia Marriott. The town hall style meeting will conclude with a cocktail hour from 5:30-7 p.m. An infrastructure and workforce briefing will be followed by remarks from the House and Senate leadership and an interactive panel to discuss the issues most important to you. REGISTER TODAY to reserve your spot! 

 
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