It's hard to answer that question quickly. But in a nutshell, I manage the editorial department in a company that writes safety material for employers - everything from a safety magazine for workers to posters to newsletters, etc. I'm also really busy on safetyxchange. I try to join as many safety-related groups as possible to keep myself current.
Judging from the comments on your wall here, your focus is ergonomics. I was just reading an interesting article on ergonomics and the aging worker: http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hJfeB69LmAh5A2LDN8IY_8OqO54gD9AJA1G00. (Sorry - that's a weird url to cut & paste.) What do you think of the author's advice?
Thank you for your kind welcome. I will be happy to join your ergo group. I hope you will spread the work on our H1N1 flu service to help protect companies employees.
Thank you again for a very nice welcome.
Thanks for your comment on my entry Ken. I went and read your article - looks like we have a common philosophy regarding how our choices affect our safety. Being new to the community, there is a lot of good content here that I will need to continue to explore.
Tim Gardner Safer By Choice
Will often take the train through Oxfordshire on the way to our National Exhibition Centre. I agree, fantastic area - Tolkien country. A lot of my work is related to UK events so the NEC is a regular trip as well as Earls Court and ExCeL in London.
Thanks for the note and acceptance. I am from Calif. (San Diego) and not currently involved with an industrial complex. I do flooring and carpeting.
There is a potential hazard dealing with the residual products that back the carpeting. These residuals produce little dust and particle hazard, but non the less, it is a part of the whole picture.
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