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Safetyguy08
  • Kent, WA
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What industry do you work in?
Safety Distributor
What is your job title?
Director of Marketing
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
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How did you find our online community?
As a distributor
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At 9:41am on March 7, 2012, Richard Robinson said…

I enjoyed the latest blog posted and viewed your web site. Also enjoyed the site, very interactive and easy on the eyes. Thank you.

At 9:50am on December 6, 2010, Anas Hassan said…
what is the safest length of lanyard for safety harness? if it is too long any person falldown will oscillate and strike on structures may lead to fatality. is there any other means for this?
Expecting your opinion.
At 5:10am on June 30, 2010, Anas Hassan said…
hai sir, i am always reading your blogs,it really helps me.thanks.
would you pls describe types of barricades & the specific names of materials that are using.
At 12:40pm on December 10, 2008, Elise Oras said…
I'll be in and out of the office most of today, but will shoot you an email with info tomorrow.

Thanks!!!
At 11:03am on November 12, 2008, Grant Rowe said…
Bullard. www.bullard.com
At 3:01pm on October 1, 2008, Troy Taylor said…
Thanks for your help with my bio disposal questions/issues. With the info you supplied I was able to complete my Exposure Control Plan. Glad your here!
At 2:11pm on September 23, 2008, Safetyguy08 said…
Yeah, I've got that on my "to do" list. I try to write articles and then make them available for download. This weeks series on eye protection is going to be available as a .doc at the end of the week.
Our website at www.nationalsafetyinc.com also has some of the other articles I've written available for free download as well.
I want to eventually have powerpoints available for download as well for use in safety meetings, training, etc... but that's down the road a ways. Thanks for the suggestion.
At 2:02pm on September 23, 2008, Troy Taylor said…
You are pretty good at this kind of blogging stuff....really good....with excellent content. Is there a way to add a power point to a blog or gizmo area?
At 7:18pm on August 26, 2008, Jason A Beck said…
The biggest issue I have with hand protection is making sure that my Plater techs and maintenance techs have their chemical gloves on when dealing with our plating area.
At 2:07pm on August 25, 2008, Ken Oswald said…
Safetyguy 08. I welcome you to view my "Beware of the Tiger" article i wrote on my blog. Please tell me what you think and if it could relate to a large general population? Thanks
 
 
 

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