Safety Training Links


This is where you will register to sign in for orientation.

Here is the link to the Verso Quinnesec contractor site:  ISN.COM

Here is the link to the Verso Escanaba contractor site:   ISN.COM

Online Training Tool Reference Guide


If you have any questions, please reference the Help Tab within your ISNetworld account or contact the ISN Customer Service Team at (800) 976-1303 or customerservice@isn.com.

OR

If you have any problems please contact:

Ole Mill Administrators – Quinnesec
Austin Johnson (906) 779-3483
OR
LeeAnn Johnson (906)779-3657
Leeann.johnson@versopaper.com
After-hours customer support
4 p.m. – 7 a.m. (central time)
(906)779-3200

PLEASE DO NOT CALL CRM TO ASSIST WITH THIS WEB-BASED ORIENTATION, WE CANNOT TROUBLE SHOOT.   ONLY THE PEOPLE LISTED ABOVE CAN.  THANK YOU.


TWIC

(For members working on or around any water ways)

To enroll call 1.866.347.8942 or visit http://twicinformation.com/.

The TWIC ID Card: Is It Worth The Cost?

The cost is $132.50.


OSHA 10 Training

1.888.614.7233

You will need to do the CONSTRUCTION Class. Do this online (http://www.careersafeonline.com), the cost is $25.

At this time, the online 10-hour Construction course is offered at http://www.careersafeonline.com/index.php/osha-10-hour-construction-industry.

The online 30-hour Construction course is available at www.advanceonline10hour.com.

Online 10-and 30-hour General Industry programs, 10-hour Maritime programs, and other 10- and 30-hour Construction programs are unavailable at this time because the organizations recently selected to provide this training are in the process of developing fully acceptable programs based on OSHA’s revised requirements for online Outreach Training Program providers. You may go to the Outreach Training Program website at www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/index.html or check back with us in the near future to see if OSHA has accepted other online programs.


MESOTHELIOMA INFORMATION / FACTS

Website: http://www.mesotheliomasymptoms.com

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