James Cook University is Australia's leading tropical research university. Over 170 undergraduate and 140 postgraduate courses are offered at JCU, spanning the Arts, Business, Creative Arts, Education, Engineering, Law, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science, Information Technology and Social Sciences. JCU utilizes the Intelex Environmental Management System.
The Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a not-for-profit center for engineering, research, and development. Located north of Washington, DC, APL is a division of one of the world's premier research universities, The Johns Hopkins University (JHU). The Laboratory has been a major asset to the nation since it was organized to develop a critical World War II technology in 1942. APL works on more than 400 programs that protect the USA and advance the nation's vision in research and space science, at an annual funding level of about $980 million. APL is utilizing Intelex’s License and Training Management Modules.
The Lambton Kent District School Board provides educational services to more than 26,000 students in 66 elementary and secondary schools. Lambton and Kent County are made up of numerous small towns and communities situated in Southwestern Ontario, a geographic area surrounded by the Great Lakes. We have municipal offices in the two main centers in our district: The Municipality of Chatham-Kent and the City of Sarnia. The Lambton Kent District School Board is using Intelex’s Safety Management System.
Established in 1972, MNTC has gained a reputation for excellence, and is viewed as one of the nation's premier educational and training institutions. Moore Norman Technology Center is one of 29 career and technical education options within Oklahoma's globally recognized CareerTech System. MNTC uses the Intelex Audits Management and Quality Nonconformance Modules.
Silver Springs – Martin Luther School was founded in 1859 in Philadelphia as an orphanage. Located today in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, Silver Springs promotes trauma recovery and family reunification in a nurturing and healing environment with a quality educational program. Silver Springs uses Intelex for its Training Management module.
Established in 1917, the University of Alaska (UA) system employs about 7,000 people and contributes an estimated $1 billion annually to the Alaska economy. The UA system's largest hubs - Anchorage (UAA), Fairbanks (UAF) and Southeast (UAS) - are separately accredited institutions, as is Prince William Sound Community College in Valdez. System-wide, nearly 34,000 full- and part-time students are enrolled, studying among 500 unique degree, certificate or endorsement programs. The University of Alaska is utilizing Intelex's Environmental Management System and Health & Safety Management Modules Suite.
University of Michigan is comprised of a world-class research university, an exceptional health system, great schools and museums, beautiful natural areas, and a robust arts community. The University was founded in Detroit in 1817 as the University of Michigania. The school moved westward to Ann Arbor in 1837, when the town was only 13 years old. When the first classes were taught in 1841, U-M had two professors and seven students. University of Michigan is using Intelex’s iForms® system.