So you work for Gray Construction, I used to work for them myself. It was back when I was a young pup right out of high school. I was with Gray for one year at a site in Seymour Indiana. We were building a plant that manufactured metal powder. The name of the company was Kobelco. Sadly they went out of business this past year.
It is neat to know that there is someone else out here in the Safety field that works for a company that I used to.
WOW...you're brave to do the career change thing and I hope you enjoy what you're doing. I work in public relations and help companies out with marketing strategies and the such. I'm also part of the Safety Community welcome committee (a newly formed group I just made up while writing on your wall!) ;-) The community is growing by leaps and bounds so this is probably one of the best places to contact people who could help with any questions you have! Let me know if I can help in any way!
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