Mobile-friendly site is easy to use, find what you need.
The Power Tool Institute (PTI), the leading organization for power tool safety resources, information and education, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website at powertoolinstitute.com. PTI’s new site features mobile compatibility and easy access to specific safety information for various tool types, including information for teachers to use in the classroom.
The redesigned site offers simple navigation and easy-to-use graphics, and includes a link on the home page to PTI’s YouTube channel, which includes all of their safety videos in English and Spanish. Videos include Angle Grinder Safety, Miter Saw Safety, Circular Saw Safety, Table Saw Safety and Power Tool Accidents – They Can Be Prevented. With increased mobile compatibility, the new site can be easily navigated at a computer, on a tablet or on a phone.
It’s easy to order the Institute’s free safety-related literature and DVDs. Orders for safety literature can be placed right from the website with immediately downloadable PDF files, or via a mail-in form for hard copies of literature and DVDs. Publications and videos/DVDs are available in both English and Spanish.
In addition to the extensive safety literature and videos, the new site includes sections with information on industry topics such as battery recycling and counterfeit tools, member/brand profiles (with a link to member company websites), voluntary procedures and guidelines, and numerous industry links, including related industry groups, organizations and associations.
The Power Tool Institute (PTI) has established itself as the preeminent organization for building global understanding of power tools and for maintaining high standards of safety in the industry. Its members represent market-leading brands in the areas of portable and stationary power tools. Founded in 1968, PTI’s primary objectives are to promote the common business interests of the power tool industry; to represent the industry before government; to educate the public as to the usefulness and importance of power tools; to encourage high standards of safety in the manufacture of power tools; and to prepare and distribute information about safe use of power tools. For more information, contact the Power Tool Institute at 1300 Sumner Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115-2851. Phone: 216-241-7333. Fax: 216-241-0105. firstname.lastname@example.org.