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Started this discussion. Last reply by James R. Neaves Mar 4, 2009.

 

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How's Work?

Hello Folks, here in So Cal work is starting to pick up! In the last three weeks we have picked up one grading job and three pipeline jobs. The bad side is that we are not making much of a profit do to the economy (Very Competitive) cut throat!My questions to you folks, are you starting to see light at the end of the tunnel?? And if so what type of work are you seeing?Be Good Humans!RaySee More
Apr 24, 2009

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What industry do you work in?
Construction/ Safety Training /Fire Service
What is your job title?
Director of Safety
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
Yes
How did you find our online community?
OSH WEB Site
What best describes the role you play in the purchase of safety products?
Make the actual glove purchases from a supplier

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How's Work?

Hello Folks, here in So Cal work is starting to pick up! In the last three weeks we have picked up one grading job and three pipeline jobs. The bad side is that we are not making much of a profit do to the economy (Very Competitive) cut throat!
My questions to you folks, are you starting to see light at the end of the tunnel?? And if so what type of work are you seeing?

Be Good Humans!
Ray

Posted on April 24, 2009 at 4:04pm

Who is using Back Supports?

Today we have all kind of gimmicks out there to help do a job easier, efficiently, and safer. We train our folks to recognize hazards and, to correct unsafe condition. With all that we do to ensure our work force has a safe place to work; liability for the employer is becoming a high focus on what type of PPE that is issued to your employees!

My question to you folks (the experts) is a 3 part question.

• First: Do you issue your employees back supports?

• Second: Do you Train… Continue

Posted on February 26, 2009 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

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At 4:11am on May 8, 2009, Wayne Lawton said…
Hi, and thanks for the welcome. I have joined the construction, utilities and manufactoring elements to this site as i have worked in all of these environments and hope to keep in line with all the latest on all of these areas. I hope i will add some value to the site and i will help anybody out where i can.

Speak soon.
At 5:59pm on May 7, 2009, Mike Silva said…
Ray,

Thanks for the welcome ! I am glad that I was invited to join. I am still finding my way around the site.

Mike
At 1:36pm on May 7, 2009, Jarrod Mabb said…
Thanks for the wlecome. I do work in construction and that was one of the first groups I joined. I also just created a Military & Government group as this is what my job entails, contracting for the government (hopefully there will be some interest). Also, I have already found some valuable information searching around the community.
At 3:10pm on May 6, 2009, Mark Dennington said…
Hi Ray, thanks for adding me -- you might want to see my CBS video. At the end of that video is a new ascender that we've been providing that could be helpful to you. Check it out. If its not on my page yet go to my website at www.DenningtonSafetySystems.com and click on the CBS video icon. your comments would be most welcome
 
 
 

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