The MTA’s Event Planning Committee has an opening for an Associate Member. The Committee is composed of Active Members and Associate Members. The Committee is responsible for planning the Annual Convention/Trade Show and the Fall Conference.
Any employee of an MTA Associate Member Company is eligible to participate on the Committee. Committee members are expected to:
- Assist in the planning of the Annual Convention/Trade Show.
- Participate in Committee meetings, the majority of which need to be conducted in person.
- Attend both the Annual Convention/Trade Show and the Fall Conference.
- Assist, where needed, with both events.
For questions, or to submit your name for consideration, please contact MTA President/CEO Brent Christensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-288-3723. Submissions are due no later than February 1, 2014, not March 1 as previously announced.
March 24-26, 2014
Hyatt Regency and Millennium Hotel, Minneapolis
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Take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet and network with more than 1,200 professionals from throughout the Upper Midwest.
The MTA Annual Convention has continued to be the largest state telecommunications association Convention in the nation. The Convention is a great way to get your message out to this group.
The Minnesota Telecom Alliance is a trade association that advocates and represents the interests of more than 80 small, medium and large telecommunications providers that provide advanced telecommunications services like voice, data, wireless video, and high-speed Internet access to Minnesota’s metropolitan and rural communities. In 2008, the MTA merged with the Minnesota Association of Rural Telecommunications (MART) making it even stronger and our Convention an even more significant event. It is a "do-not-miss" opportunity to showcase your company, products and services.
All MTA members are welcome to join a Peer Group
MTA’s core purpose is to enhance the success and viability of its telecommunications industry members. You are an important part of helping us fulfill this mission. Here is your opportunity to maximize the impact of your event sponsorships for 2014.
Sponsor a Peer Group: Download the PDF or Sign Up Online!
Email Jacquie at email@example.com to be added – please specify which listserv(s) you would like to join:
Administrative Assistant (AA)
Customer Service (CSR)
Office Managers (OM)
Human Resource (HR)
Plant Superintendents (PM)
Telco Marketing (TMG)
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Just a reminder as February 1 is fast approaching, that if you employed more than ten people at any time during 2013, you must post a summary (OSHA Form 300A) of your 2013 OSHA recordkeeping log, from February 1 - April 30, 2014, even if you didn’t have any injuries to log.
On the summary form, list total number of injury and illness cases, days away from work, days of restrictions or job transfers, and types of injuries and illnesses which occurred in 2013 and were recorded on the log. Be sure to include the date and establishment information in the appropriate spots. If you had no injuries or illnesses, you’re still required to post the form, with zeroes on the total line.
You must post a copy of the OSHA Form 300A in each establishment in a conspicuous place or places where notices to employees are customarily posted. You must ensure that the posted annual summary is not altered, defaced or covered by other material.
The summary must be certified by a company executive and posted in a common area where you typically display notices to employees. For details about recordkeeping requirements, see www.dli.mn.gov/OSHA/Recordkeeping.asp
The following link provides helpful information to answer some of our questions regarding OSHA recordkeeping: Ten tips to improve your OSHA log.
If we can be of any help to you in completing your OSHA recordkeeping log or if you have any questions pertaining to the MTA Safety Program, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dan Berg, M.S.
MTA Lead Safety Consultant
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