I've been working on building a Safety Network in both Construction & General industry as I am employed by a City Intity. Ft. Myers, FL. I noticed you haven'rt been active on this site for awhile and hope that the economy hasn't taken your company out, as it has with so many!
Welcome Michelle, I have a close friend in Cherokee IA, not sure how far it is from Council Bluffs? He works farm safety issues on the Western Side of IA. This s a great site, lots of safety people, links and information. Again Welcome.
Welcome to Online Safety Community’s Construction group.
Does your organization have a health and wellness program? Would you be open to sharing some information about it with me if you do? Thanks! Jay Rohman - www.EncouragingSafety.com
Michelle, welcome to the Safety Community. I hope you will find the Safety Community to be a tremendous resource to meet your goals. If you have the time, we would benefit from your knowledge and experience with Forum discussion(s).
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