Great and welcome to the community. I also use KOL but don't chat much but love to get ideas from everyone both there and here. I have a lot of ergo exercises if you are interested in them. My email is email@example.com i also send out various weekly safety alerts on all sorts of Safety, Security and Health stuff if you would be interested. Just let me know. Thanks have a great weekend.
Pam, are you the same Pam S as a KOL? I love your blogs and thank you for adding great value and information to the safety community. I am the group lead for the ergonomics group and would love to hear any additional ideas you may have in that aspect.
Pittsburgh eh? I got my six time Super Bowl Champs T-shirt, Super Bowl XLIII Champs sweatshirt, Six Time Super Bowl Champs Terrible Towel and Super Bowl XLIII commemorative plaque!! I kinda like the Steelers!!! Now if could ever see them play for real I could die happy!
I miss you! Life is kinda boring without the daily grind. Ice fishing is only entertaining for so long, ya' know? Plus the ice is beginning to become terribly unsafe for mere mortals, I haven't been out there for over a week now.
How are you? I hope all is well and you're finally appreciated for your extremely uncommon common sense, intelligence and all the good things you do in the occupational environment. You're something special. Email me sometime, OK?
Pam, 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. While you are there, take a quick 3 question survey in the post: A Safety Professional's Commute to Work. Thanks.
Hi Pam, As a fellow PA resident I would like to welcome to the safety community. I am new to this social network and invite you to check out my profile and website (I do OSHA, DEP, DOT and MHSA safety training). Let me know if you have any questions or comments. Frank
Hi There Pam! Good comments. I am an old hand but( self insur, etc) . But, since this is a new year i wanted to see if anyone suggested any new learnings. I am with Risk Mangement( safety side) at my company and we often times become too insulated and miss the"outside" world. We track performance by location, 24/7 reporting, etc. and we document offenders.
Trying to get a group of folks for different areas of the country to get a feel of the problems we encounter and solutions you use to correct them. I'm from New Hampshire and work in Aerospace and OSHA.
Also , constructing a web page soon , will forward that info when its done.
Thanks for accepting my invite ...
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