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#126649 - 05/12/03 03:20 AM Safety Engineering Site
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Registered: 07/05/02
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I'd like to put a plug in for the site of Bryan Haywood(SAFTENG).
Not because he is a Moderator at this Forum,
but because his site has a large number of ideas regarding Occupational Safety, that I don't think that we have touched on, in the least.
One thing that I would like to discuss in the near future, is the subject of Worker Responsibility under the OSHA Regulations.
This may or may not be in the said site, but what are your thoughts on this subject?.
But, please go and have a look at this site, it is real food for thought, safety-wise, and I personally commend Bryan for having such a prolific site on this very(Occupational Safety)topic.
You can see it at http://www.SAFTENG.net


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#126650 - 05/12/03 10:06 AM Re: Safety Engineering Site
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Registered: 01/17/02
Posts: 224
Loc: Ventura, CA, USA
I have been to Bryans site many times. It is a wealth of information. The picture section is a great way to learn from other's mistakes. It also shows how stupid some people can be.

Thanks Bryan.
Scott

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#126651 - 05/12/03 05:13 PM Re: Safety Engineering Site
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Thanks for the plug guys! The site's address is www.SAFTENG.net.

Bryan

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#126652 - 05/12/03 10:22 PM Re: Safety Engineering Site
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Bryan,
SORRY about that wrong address!.
Don't know what I was thinking at the time.
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