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Kelly Malone is now a member of Online Safety Community
Mar 24, 2010

Profile Information

Where do you live (city, state, country)?
Columbus, OH
What industry do you work in?
Marketing
What is your job title?
Account Supervisor
What company do you work for or associate with?
Fahlgren Mortine
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
No
How did you find our online community?
Recommended by a colleague
What best describes the role you play in the purchase of safety products?
Other

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At 8:33pm on April 5, 2010, Jay D. Rohman said…
Kelly, welcome to the Online Safety Community. I look forward to networking with you.
Jay D. Rohman www.EncouragingSafety.com
At 1:06pm on April 1, 2010, Troy Taylor said…
Kelly, Welcome to the Community! Check out Best Practices when you get a chance and join the group. It would be great to have you as a member. Thanks!
At 9:59am on April 1, 2010, Ken Oswald said…
Kelly, Welcome to the safety community. I hope you find it is a wonderful network full of information with our blogs, forums and groups. I invite you to join our ergonomics groups, it would be great to have you as a member. Again welcome
 
 
 

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