Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2009 09:02:19 -0400
Reply-To: Ed Miller <millerej**At_Symbol_Here**PLATTSBURGH.EDU>
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From: Ed Miller <millerej**At_Symbol_Here**PLATTSBURGH.EDU>
Subject: Re: Safety and Employee Reviews
Comments: To: Suzanne Hamm
In-Reply-To: <82D9DE94AF793F4698EC37F953CFAC2305AD10F478**At_Symbol_Here**34093-MBX-C10.mex07a.mlsrv>


Hi Suzanne and All, I would be interested in this too especially for the university/college setting. Currently we have no component of our faculty evaluations related to safety but are considering recommending one in order to improve accountability and concern for duty of care. Ed On Thu, July 9, 2009 8:18 am, Suzanne Hamm wrote: > > > Would like to hear how some of you handle employee reveiws in regards to > safety. I know this is a touchy subject because you don't want to "punish" > someone which in turn can result in under-reporting. > > > We strive to partner with our clients, to make their problem our problem, > and the staff here at PSI will continually do so on your behalf. > ________________________________ > > Suzanne Hamm * Safety Manager > > Polymer Solutions Incorporated * 2903-C > Commerce Street * Blacksburg, Virginia 24060 * 540-961-4300 > > > > Polymer Solutions Incorporated is ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited, FDA > Registered, GMP Compliant, and DEA > Licensed. > > > > P R O P R I E T A R Y N O T I C E > > This e-mail and its attachments contain proprietary information that is > intended only for the individual or entity indicated. If you are not the > intended recipient, you are hereby notified that the disclosure, copying, > distribution or use of the contents of this transmission is strictly > prohibited, and no privilege or protection has been waived. If you have > received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately > and then delete the message from your computer. > > > Edward J. Miller, Ph.D. Chairperson and Professor of Chemistry SUNY Plattsburgh

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