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I have worked in general construction for 30+years. I found my crews struggling with heavy door installation. So, I came up with the DoorJak™...The DoorJak™ is THE ONLY sturdy, portable, door installation cart which was ergonomically designed to prevent back injuries while allowing one worker to transport and install doors up to 750lbs.
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Wish I had this device myself but got smart and stopped putting up doors....in any event we are taking door jak on a virtual tour of NY actually via our website....hey did you say you had a video I can upload for our site to demo when we do safety visits? uh, that would be very helpful and THEN you can carry ICE Cards with you...where do I send them?
Good morning Doorjak!
Below is information on how we setup successful safety incentive programs. As you will read, every program is specific to the needs of the company and is setup to reach goals and motivate behavior. If you have any specific questions about how a safety incentive program can work for you at Hardnox please let me know. If you would like, we can set up a web demonstration of our specific solution where we can walk you through steps of exactly how our programs work.
How we set up our programs, first we sit with a company to analyze their historical data. We want to find out what their biggest challenges are from a safety standpoint. Once we discover what the pain points of a company are, we can formulate goals and objectives for their specific safety needs. With those objectives in mind, we will design a program that tailors specifically to the company's needs. We will build a completely customizable website with the logo and graphics of a company. Once built, we will launch the program and continue to manage it through out the life of the program. Also, we will monitor the success of the program and make changes according to the data we can pull.
Doorjack, I would also like to welcome you to the safety community. It is a great network of information with all the forums, blogs and groups. I would like to invite you to join my ergonomics group. It is great to have you a member of the community. Again welcome.
Doorjack, welcome to the Safety Community. I hope you will find the Safety Community to be a tremendous resource to meet your goals. If you have the time, we would benefit from your knowledge and experience with Forum discussion(s).
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