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John Marc Nashmy Sr
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  • Fair Lawn, NJ
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John Marc Nashmy Sr joined Stephen W. Thompson's group
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Fire safety in the work place

Fire Extinguishers and knowing how to use them is very important for the employer as well as the employe
Mar 31, 2011
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Safety Surveillance

This group is dedicated to the discussion of the marriage between surveillance cameras and safety. Group leader - Matt SchererSee More
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Fall Protection

One of the most life threatening hazards in a work place is a fall hazard. This group is a place to discuss fall protection of all types.See More
Mar 31, 2011
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OSHA Certificate Program

Every Thing about the main requirements about OSHA Certificate Training
Mar 31, 2011
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Construction Safety

All aspects of safety in construction!
Mar 31, 2011
John Marc Nashmy Sr joined Safety Community's group
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John Marc Nashmy Sr is now a member of Online Safety Community
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Profile Information

Where do you live (city, state, country)?
Bergenfield, New Jersey, USA
What industry do you work in?
Security & Communications Integration
What is your job title?
Sr. Project / HSE Manager
What company do you work for or associate with?
Kratos Defense Solutions
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
Yes
How did you find our online community?
Internet Surfing
What best describes the role you play in the purchase of safety products?
Other
If Other above, please explain.
Specify Safety Equipment PPE, First Aid Kits, CPR & AED

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Safety Signage Makes Work Better All Around

Employee safety is a very important thing for every business. Without the laws that protect the employees, businesses would not work as smoothly as they do. The industrial revolution changed human…Continue

Tags: employee, workplace, technology, signage, safety

Started by Jen Reelez yesterday.

Reduce Risk in Workplaces 5 Replies

Although the retail industry as a whole is substantial, the costs to protect a business from injury liability can make quite the dent in profit margins. On average, the costs of employee and customer…Continue

Tags: signage, signs, workplace, tips, safety

Started by Jen Reelez. Last reply by Arnold Brame yesterday.

Workplace Safety Signs 5 Replies

Workplace safety sign is one which gives a specific message to those who may be exposed to hazards in the work environment. It helps to avoided accident as well as other problems.…Continue

Tags: and, Health, Workplace, Signs, Safety

Started by healthandsafetysigns. Last reply by Arnold Brame Apr 3.

How to Choose Safety Products 8 Replies

What are the things which need to keep in mind while selecting and ordering safety products for commercial usage.  Definitely it is a long term investment and moreover safety of your staff depends…Continue

Tags: equipments, products, safety

Started by Kay J. Sharp. Last reply by jaysoncalwell Apr 2.

protected from falling

OSHA Construction standards 1926.501(b)(1) “Unprotected sides and edges.” Each employee on a walking/working surface (horizontal and vertical surface) with an unprotected side or edge which is 6 feet…Continue

Started by saleem fathi sabra Apr 2.

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