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Creating Job Instructions Workshop - March 18

Job instructions provide a unique approach for training. They assist in making sure tasks are completed safely, correctly, and conscientiously.  Job instructions introduce standardization and stability to processes and also reduce training time, scrap, and accidents. If you are challenged by these common headaches, join the WVU Industrial Extension's David Carrick and Randy Kowalczyk to learn how job instructions can help. 

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CMMC: The Need for Cybersecurity in U.S. Manufacturing – March 24

In 2020, the Department of Defense (DoD) launched the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification framework, commonly known as CMMC. The DoD developed the CMMC framework to assess the cybersecurity of its supply chain. The CMMC will help the DoD ensure that suppliers and vendors have the appropriate level of cybersecurity. The DoD will use the required CMMC level in its “go / no go” decision related to vendor consideration and approval.

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CMMC & DFARS Overview - March 31

In 2020, the Department of Defense (DoD) launched the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification framework, commonly known as CMMC. The DoD developed the CMMC framework to assess the cybersecurity of its supply chain. The CMMC will help the DoD ensure that suppliers and vendors have the appropriate level of cybersecurity. The DoD will use the required CMMC level in its “go / no go” decision related to vendor consideration and approval.

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CMMC: DFARS NIST 800- 171 Compliance Process - April 7

In 2020, the Department of Defense (DoD) launched the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification framework, commonly known as CMMC. The DoD developed the CMMC framework to assess the cybersecurity of its supply chain. The CMMC will help the DoD ensure that suppliers and vendors have the appropriate level of cybersecurity. The DoD will use the required CMMC level in its “go / no go” decision related to vendor consideration and approval.

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Wood Product Manufacturing: Creating a Compliance List for the Top 10 MFC Standards Workshop - April 8

Wood product manufacturers face unique challenges in workplace safety. This workshop is intended to help wood products manufacturers understand which OSHA standards have been cited most frequently during the year and how to comply with them. Join the WVU Industrial Extension’s John A. Frazer, Ph.D., CSP, for a workshop that will:

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CMMC: Real Company Examples - April 14

In 2020, the Department of Defense (DoD) launched the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification framework, commonly known as CMMC. The DoD developed the CMMC framework to assess the cybersecurity of its supply chain. The CMMC will help the DoD ensure that suppliers and vendors have the appropriate level of cybersecurity. The DoD will use the required CMMC level in its “go / no go” decision related to vendor consideration and approval.

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