Shermco Industries Enters Strategic Alliance with Delaware Valley Safety Council

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* Irving - Texas - US

IRVING, Texas - Feb. 3, 2014 - PRLog -- IRVING, Texas – Shermco Industries announced today that it has entered into a strategic alliance with the Delaware Valley Safety Council.

A provider of testing, training, maintenance, repair, commissioning, engineering services, Shermco offers many training courses in the electrical field. Through the strategic alliance, the DVSC will offer 12 of these courses at their training facilities located in Sewell, N.J and Newark, Del. The courses range in duration from eight to 36 hours, and have maximum class sizes of either 14 or 20 students. The first class is expected in April of 2014 and a course schedule will be released soon.

Established in 1974, Shermco has developed an extensive collection of professional training services for workers maintaining and repairing electrical infrastructure including substations, switchgear, transformers, motors and generators. With its recent acquisition of Magna Electric Corporation, a Canadian firm, Shermco Industries is now the leading independent North American provider of electrical power system maintenance, repair, testing, and training.

The following Shermco courses will be offered by the DVSC and detailed descriptions of each can be found on the Safety Council’s website at in the Electrical Training section.

·         Basic Electrical Fundamentals

·         Basic Electrical Technical Skills

·         Electrical Print Reading

·         Electrical Safety for Qualified Electrical Workers

·         Electrical Safety Refresher

·         Electrical Safety for Managers

·         Electrical Safety for Utilities

·         Motor Maintenance and Testing

·         Industrial Plant Electrical Maintenance

·         Circuit Breaker Maintenance, Operation & Controls

·         Low and Medium Voltage Circuit Breaker Maintenance

·         Splicing & Termination of Medium Voltage Cables

About the DVSC

The DVSC, a member of the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils, was formed and incorporated as a non-profit in 1995. Delaware Valley Safety Council provides world-class safety training to owner companies, contractor companies, contractors and employees working in industrial facilities in Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania. DVSC continually adds best-in-class training programs to meet the safety-training needs of diverse industrial environments. DVSC utilizes state-of-the-art technology, coupled with proven training, to lower safety incident rates, severity rates, and costs to industry. DVSC provides secure, comprehensive training verification eliminating the need for costly and time-consuming on-site record keeping. DVSC’s ultimate objective is to return every worker home safely from work every day.

About Shermco

Shermco Industries is a leading independent provider of safe and reliable acceptance testing, commissioning, maintenance, repair and remanufacturing of electrical equipment and power distribution systems.  With service centers located throughout North America, certified technicians and engineers focus on servicing both scheduled and unexpected projects for large commercial, industrial and utility customers.  Shermco is a leader in electrical safety and technical training as well as industrial electrical contracting, utility wind turbine maintenance and disaster recovery services. Shermco Industries is a member of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association, American Wind Energy Association, Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League, and the InterNational Electrical Testing Association. For more information about Shermco Industries, visit

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