It’s not a question really. It is more like the cliche –safety first! No exceptions. Most manufacturing companies have safety policies, safety practices, and a safety committee. Security Signs is no exception. The Safety Committee takes the responsibility very seriously, and to that end, the record of safety is exemplary. This is an example of top down management, as well as adhering to local, state, and federal regulations regarding safety. In a busy shop where there are a lot of tools, busy people, and deadlines to meet, it’s easy to forget about some very basic safety practices. Fortunately for Security Signs, this Safety Committee means business. They monitor practices, look for ways to improve safety communications, and they have fun doing it. They are most dedicated to their role on the Safety Committee as well as their ‘day job.’ Thanks to all who are serving – Brian, Eddie, Snowden, Eric (chair), and Darci Keljo, Safety and Training Manager. Better safe than sorry!! Another useful cliche!
Jan 30, 2013