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Troy Taylor
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  • Fort Pierce, Florida
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EH & S Coordinator / Service Manager

Profile Information

Where do you live (city, state, country)?
Port St. Lucie, Florida
What industry do you work in?
Water treatment
What is your job title?
EH&S Coordinator
What company do you work for or associate with?
Aerex Industries, Inc.
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
Yes
How did you find our online community?
Email
What best describes the role you play in the purchase of safety products?
Specify what hand protection to purchase, Use hand protection on my job, Make the actual glove purchases from a supplier

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Metal Working Fluids and Bacteria

So I"m checking the water fountains in our shop for bacteria. I used a dip slide that incubates in 24 hours to see if they need to be disinfected.



There are two fountains and I had three slides in my pocket so I dipped one in the band saw cutting lubricant. A white water based metal working fluid (MWF).



I had just finished a safety course on MWF's and became aware that bacteria can grow in it. (I really coud not believe bacteria would be able to survive in the… Continue

Posted on January 21, 2010 at 2:28pm — 1 Comment

Suiting Up for an Acid bath

The next step was to remove the top portion of the containment to facilitate rinsing down the hoppers. Notice the man lift has also been covered in plastic and the operator is fully protected.

We had successfully contained a large amount of off gas in our improvised containment. Had the gas escaped it would have attacked all of the metal objects inside of the shop. The trapped gas was slowly vented to the out… Continue

Posted on April 3, 2009 at 2:30pm — 6 Comments

Safety on a Shoe string

Free safety websites are great. My first impressions for this one is" SWEET". Looks like lots of cool stuff. Free resources are great when you operate on a very small safety budget.

Posted on August 27, 2008 at 3:08pm — 1 Comment

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At 4:36am on January 6, 2011, charles Imadiyiosa said…
fellow,I am in between jobs pls help me get any hse job of any location.
thanks for helping out.
At 10:37am on September 12, 2010, Klaus Gortz said…
Hi Troy,
Thanks for welcoming me in your community. Please accept my apologies for responding this late. Somehow your message slipped through.
At 4:23am on April 26, 2010, charles Imadiyiosa said…
Pls, forward to me your input on the topic "some best practices we are employing in delivering a safe and injury free SUB-CONTRACTORS workforce . In other words "How do we Manage Subcontractors .
At 8:39pm on April 24, 2010, Miguel Viamonte said…
Thanks for your wellcome Troy
At 9:08am on April 24, 2010, Abdon A Patagoc Jr said…
Hi Troy, thanks for a accepting me in your ccommunity.
At 12:25pm on April 23, 2010, Dan Nitzen said…
Troy, My compliments. While I'm retired and have been since the beginning of 2004 and do not involve myself in professional safety matters like I did when employed, my son Sean is following in my footsteps in the industry. While I still stay connected to some valued friends who continue their careers in both safety and insurance, if I can be of any help towards adding insight to those starting out, I'd be proud to offer any help they might seek.
At 11:36am on April 21, 2010, Paul said…
Thanks!
At 11:01am on April 21, 2010, Seth Newell said…
Thank you for the invite Troy!

New to the site and I look forward to learning from as well as offering my interpretations and opinions to the group.
At 12:14pm on April 7, 2010, Jeff Melampy CSM said…
It looks like a great place to see other people’s perspectives on safety from their industry and position. Regs are regs and we each interpret and apply them differently. The more views we have the better we can see to make a difference in someone’s life.

I thank you for your invitation. I look forward to discovering, learning, growing and sharing you with you so we can make a difference.

Thanks Jeff
At 8:50am on April 7, 2010, John Gold said…
Thanks Troy,
Apologies for the delay in geting back to you; it has been a bit hectic this week. I'm looking forward to the opportunity to be a part of the group.
Have a Terrific Day!
John
 
 
 

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