NSI Channel (Natural Stone Institute)

„Safe Stone Shopping” is a free 3-minute video from the Natural Stone Institute

A stone showroom is not a playground – safety guidelines for consumers entering such a place or a fabrication facility for the first time

Free Webinar how to protect workers in the stone industry from crystalline silica dust

The online learning will describe the danger of silicosis and outline requirements to comply with OSHA’s rules

Grande Pinnacle Award 2018: fantastic convolution of a thin marble strip

The Natural Stone Institute once again bestowed its yearly award for outstanding works in natural stone

Natural Stone Institute’s Craftsman of the Year 2018 is Joey Marcella from Mario & Son

His philosophy is „don’t chase the money, chase your passion”/ He is as comfortable with hammer and chisel as with CNC machines

Monica Gawet Receives 2019 Women in Stone Pioneer Award of the Natural Stone Institute

She serviced as president of the Marble Institute of America in 2001 as well as on numerous committees in the industry

Natural Stone Institute Announces 2019 Stone Industry Education Series

So called Stone Summits in 10 cities across the US will discuss shop efficiency, measuring success or OSHA safety regulations, among other topics

Seven webinars about stone and how to use it from the Natural Stone Academy

Since its launch in September 2018, the NSI initiative had 1500 scolars completing its courses / CEU credits for professionals

Use Natural Stone program featured on US tv show „Make This Place Your Home“

The video features a tour of the historic Danby Quarry with Jim Hieb as kind of an anchorman in several scenes

Over 100 Articles Available on Use Natural Stone Website

Promotion tool for the sector: Stone companies are encouraged to share texts and photos with clients and employees

Natural Stone Institute Releases Quarrier Toolbox Talks

Exams and 10 documents outlining best practices to maintain health and safety of quarriers are available for free

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