On-the-job training for Sidney employees


Compliance Safety and Health Officer Roy Williams, of Mansfield, holds up a power strip as he talks about how easily they can be overloaded. Williams was a speaker during OSHA training for city of Sidney employees at the Sidney police station Tuesday, March 13.

Compliance Safety and Health Officer Roy Williams, of Mansfield, holds up a power strip as he talks about how easily they can be overloaded. Williams was a speaker during OSHA training for city of Sidney employees at the Sidney police station Tuesday, March 13.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Compliance Safety and Health Officer Roy Williams, of Mansfield, holds up a power strip as he talks about how easily they can be overloaded. Williams was a speaker during OSHA training for city of Sidney employees at the Sidney police station Tuesday, March 13.

Compliance Safety and Health Officer Roy Williams, of Mansfield, holds up a power strip as he talks about how easily they can be overloaded. Williams was a speaker during OSHA training for city of Sidney employees at the Sidney police station Tuesday, March 13.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/03/web1_SDN031418OHSA.jpgCompliance Safety and Health Officer Roy Williams, of Mansfield, holds up a power strip as he talks about how easily they can be overloaded. Williams was a speaker during OSHA training for city of Sidney employees at the Sidney police station Tuesday, March 13. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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