[PODCAST] Mask Safety: Vetting Your Distributors and Suppliers

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How do you know your PPE and safety products are safe? Knowing and vetting your safety product vendors is critically important.

In this episode of the Safety Talks podcast, Lisa Nash, Senior Vice-President of the Strategic Alliance Program here at Thomas Scientific is interviewed alongside Burk Shaw, President of goSafe, and Cary Usery, Vice-President of Operations at SafetyStratus. The group discusses the importance of vetting the getting to know your distributors or suppliers to ensure you are keeping your workforce safe. During the purchasing process of PPE and safety equipment, it is important to confirm what you are purchasing is safe and that you can trust your safety product purchaser. Listen as they dive deep into an interesting conversation that covers various, diverse views on these topics.



 

 

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