Thank you! I am working on getting more companies to use my training and fit testing for the N95 respirators. The H1N1 is spreading in the Southern Hemsphere as the CDC had stated it would. This Fall it is to start spreading much faster. The North East in the USA the rate is already rising faster then what was predicted by the CDC. I hope that companies will be proactive about this and not the knee-jerk reaction that we see so often.
I'm new to this safety community and would like to add you as a contact. I used to work for GM in WIsconsin, but now am at Mercedes in Alabama. I would like to hear more about your automotive experiences.
I'm trying to figure out why no one can view my video -- I think it's because it is still under review. In the meantime go to my website at www.DenningtonSafetySystems.com -- let me know if you have questions or call me. I'll be here at some point -- if not speak to my partner, Paula.
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