Another Successful FME Training Visit (D. C. Cook)

Ty-Flot has long been known for its extensive innovative line of FME products, but that may change. After returning from another successful FME training, this time at the D. C. Cook plant, Ty-Flot is developing a reputation as a valuable provider of services as well.

“The focus has always been on developing a culture of prevention, a culture of understanding the importance of FME and now we will be recognized as a leader in providing this culture in our products, services, and training.” – Matt Moreau, Strategic Business Development Manager

The D.C. Cook training program was just one in a long line of training programs that puts the focus on each sites specific procedure, but educates and challenges personnel to understand why FME is practiced. The most frequent feedback from the classes was, “this should be a required class for everyone on site.”

Ty-Flot has worked with many sites around the world to promote FME awareness. The company has distributed almost one hundred display boards free of charge, trained in the neighborhood of 300 FME monitors this year, worked with distribution in many countries specifically for educational purposes, including France and Japan, spoken with a number of fossil plants and provided basic FME importance training, and is currently staffing FME monitors for the 2011 Point Beach Unit 1 refuel outage.

Any site trying to enhance their FME program should consider talking to Ty-Flot. You’ll find friendly staff willing to work hard to make your company as productive and free of foreign material as possible.

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