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Chris Miller
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  • Mesa, AZ
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better than using your hand =8^)

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What industry do you work in?
manufacturing and distribution
What is your job title?
Taco Bender
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
How did you find our online community?
If Other above, please explain.
We're a small startup and this hasn't been an issue yet, just joined to learn more what people think about safety and ergonomics in the workplace.
In case you want to know what we do: Tiger Taco

If you want a laugh at what we do: Attack of the box

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At 8:45am on April 10, 2009, Troy Taylor said…
Chris, Thanks for joining Best Practices. It's great to have you as a member. While you are there, take a quick 3 question survey in the post: A Safety Professional's Commute to Work. Thanks.
At 5:53pm on March 2, 2009, Vicki Johnson said…
Thanks! Tiger Taco...doesn't sound tasty...
At 11:19pm on October 5, 2008, John Miley said…
Greetings Chris from the Florida panhandle, I hope you will find the Safety Community to be a tremendous resource to meet your goals.
At 10:10pm on October 5, 2008, Dawn Rodriguez said…
Thank you for your response. I was moving from Florida to Arkansas this weekend, so unfortunately, my responses are somewhat lagging.
At 4:07pm on August 23, 2008, Lara Kretler said…
Chris, thanks for sending the link to Cute with Chris. Hilarious! Good that you have an awesome sense of humor about it. And hey, any Internet publicity is good Internet publicity, right? Or so they say... ;)
At 5:37pm on August 12, 2008, Lara Kretler said…
Your Youtube video for Tiger Taco is hilarious. Anyone who has moved can appreciate how annoying those boxes can be. And yes, I've gotten cardboard cuts that actually bled! Ouch. What a cool invention and definitely a good safety aid. Thanks for joining the community.
At 9:13am on August 5, 2008, Ron Komorowski said…
Chris.... rjlinnovations at

At 8:20am on August 5, 2008, MoniqueB said…
Welcome to the OSC Chris!
At 8:47pm on August 4, 2008, Ron Komorowski said…
That would be good Chris...I'd appreciate if you let them know. I am trying to sell mainly direct. I've sold to every division of military including Coast Guard, companies like Boeing,Ford, Kohler,Winnebago, Proctor and Gamble, Heinz and even the CDC bought one.

This opens up opportunity for me to invent and submit, sell more products in my line and keep these accounts for some sweet direct sales. This also gives me leverage with my product. If I went with let's say Home Depot, they would have me by the you know whats....they would call the shots and push me around maybe and who knows if they would stop buying from me if something should happen with my patent or whatever. This way I have my own roots in the market. Make sense?
At 7:07pm on August 4, 2008, Ron Komorowski said…
Hey! I know you! From that entrepreneur forum...we talked there. Hope your product is selling...but i know it's not because my sales are DEAD and I know people just aren't buying. I'm just trying to hang in there and keep up with PR...hopefully people will remember when the smoke clears.


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Tiger Tacos Thunder Down Under

Came here to chat and aint nobody home (boo-hoo) so I figured I'd try out this blogging app ... I'd love to see a "group" where I can toss out my taco for group chewing and all that jazz; not like I'm all that interested in selling tacos or getting approval, but it's interesting to hear professionals thoughts and this is an interactive site (vs. some where you get looked at like selling scum).…


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