Thank you for your kind welcome. I will be happy to join your ergo group. I hope you will spread the work on our H1N1 flu service to help protect companies employees.
Thank you again for a very nice welcome.
Thanks for your comment on my entry Ken. I went and read your article - looks like we have a common philosophy regarding how our choices affect our safety. Being new to the community, there is a lot of good content here that I will need to continue to explore.
Tim Gardner Safer By Choice
Will often take the train through Oxfordshire on the way to our National Exhibition Centre. I agree, fantastic area - Tolkien country. A lot of my work is related to UK events so the NEC is a regular trip as well as Earls Court and ExCeL in London.
Thanks for the note and acceptance. I am from Calif. (San Diego) and not currently involved with an industrial complex. I do flooring and carpeting.
There is a potential hazard dealing with the residual products that back the carpeting. These residuals produce little dust and particle hazard, but non the less, it is a part of the whole picture.
Thank you for the kind words and opportunity to learn and share with other professionals within your organization. We all share the same common thread of dedication and commitment to safety and prevention.
I welcome all who may be interested to join my LinkedIn network at PatMcfadd@ComCast.net
I look forward to learning and sharing information in an effort to meet this on-going and never ending ultimate challenge.
Regards and Stay Safe,
Pat McFadden. Sr. Emergency Readiness Specialist
September 4, 2014 at 9am to September 5, 2014 at 6pm
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