I have watched some of your video clips and communicated to my new boss how you engage your audiences. Great news, he is going to recommend that our company hire you to attend our annual manager's meeting. Looking…"
I have watched some of your video clips and communicated to my new boss how you engage your audiences. Great news, he is going to recommend that our company hire you to attend our annual manager's meeting. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Hi Richard, saw you in San Diego at the NSC. Excellent presentation. Worth the price of admission. I would recomend that every safety professional see you (or any one interested in improving safety). I took away some ideas and shared with our safety team. We are now developing a new incentive program incorporating some of the things you talked about.
Richard, I was planning on attending your series in Philadelphia, but due to the economy I no longer have my job as OSHA/Safety Coordinator. It is a shame that companies cut costs at the expense of the employees. If you know of anything in the Lehigh Valley, send them my way! :) Keeping a positive attitude always...
I am trying to loosen the purse strings of my boss. I was told I will have an answer by this Friday. I am looking at going to the NSC in Orlando. The thing is, here in Washington State, we have a lot of more stringent rules than OSHA. Because of that, they like to keep me in state for trainings.
Richard, I love my e-mails that I get from your company. Any chance you are coming to the Pacific North West? I would love to hear you speak in person. Keep making safety fun. My employees really like it.
Hi Richard. Welcome to the safety community social network. I am fairly new to this social network and invite you to add me as a friend. I do OSHA, DEP, DOT and MHSA safety training. Let me know if you have any safety questions or would like more information. Frank
Richard, 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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