Hello Lisa, good to see another San Marcos Safety Professional on the site.
I think it would be interesting to get a few Safety Pros from the local Manufacturing companies and have a meeting, exchange ideas, perhaps a tour of the host site. Kinda build a local safety network. Any thoughts?
Welcome to the safety community. I hope you find it is a tremendous resource for networking, and information through our blogs, forums and groups. I am the team lead of the ergonomics group and would love to have you join. I think we can gain from your safety experience. Again welcome.
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