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​BCC aims for OSHA plum


Barton Community College administrators are hoping the college can become the official provider of Occupational Safety and Health Administration training in the state of Kansas.
The college has been invited to join a consortium of OSHA Training Institutes, according to William Nash, BCC’s associate dean of environmental technology and military programs. Nash spoke to BCC trustees at their May study session on Thursday. The trustees were in the Seminar Room on the Barton County campus, and Nash joined the meeting via a video link from Fort Riley.
“We’ve been doing OSHA training for years,” Nash said, but, as ...


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