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  • Wisc. Safety Awards

    Great Lakes Roofing Corp., with locations in Germantown, Appleton and Madison, Wisc., and in northern Illinois, has won the 2006 Wisconsin Corporate Safety Award in the mid-size business category. This is eighth time the company has earned the safety award in the last 11 years. Weather Shield Mfg., Inc. was named a finalist for the same award, one of 162 Wisconsin businesses that were nominated for the awards> our divisions of Weather Shield finished as finalists, including the Glass Division (Medford), Greenwood Division, Ladysmith Division and the Vinyl Division (Medford).

  • Lyons Added to ISEA Board

    International Enviroguard Group Vice President Brian Lyons has been elected to a 3-year term on the Board of Trustees for the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) at the annual meeting held May 7, 2007 at Barton Creek Resort, Austin, Texas. “This is a wonderful honor to have bestowed upon me by the ISEA and my peers within the industry, and I accept it with great eagerness,” said Lyons.

  • Industrial Scientific Honored in Pittsburgh

    Industrial Scientific, a global leader in gas detection and monitoring instruments, was named a finalist in the Pittsburgh Business Times “2007 Pittsburgh 100.” The award program annually recognizes the region's fastest-growing, privately held companies. “Our recent acquisition of Oldham, S.A. in Arras, France, has provided a solid foundation for Industrial Scientific's continued growth in several global markets,” said Justin McElhattan, president of Industrial Scientific Americas. “That strategy, combined with our passion for innovative product and service solutions will enable us to meet our customers' evolving needs and exceed their expectations.”

  • Nelson Honored With Henry F. Smyth Award

    Deborah Imel Nelson, Ph.D., CIH, is the recipient of the American Industrial Hygiene Association's Henry F. Smyth Jr. Award. The award will be presented at the 2007 Professional Conference on Industrial Hygiene (PCIH) being held Oct. 20-23 in Louisville, Ky. “It is an honor to present this award to Dr. Nelson on behalf of the academy,” said John R. Mulhausen, PhD, CIH, academy president. “Her dedication to promoting the industrial hygiene profession through her vision and achievements has earned great respect from her peers.” As recipient of the award, Nelson will deliver the Henry F. Smyth Jr. Memorial Lecture on Tuesday, October 23, at PCIH. Her lecture will be entitled “Capturing the Wisdom of Industrial Hygiene Leadership.”

Timberland Recalls Steel-Toe Boots

The Timberland Co. voluntarily is recalling Timberland PRO Direct Attach Steel Toe Series boots made in the Dominican Republic and sold nationwide between September 2005 and September 2007. Product testing has demonstrated that the boots may not comply with applicable safety standards for compression and impact resistance. This product was sold under model numbers 26002, 65016, 26038 and 38021. Consult the green loop tag inside the boot to determine whether your boots are subject to this recall. Products made in China are not subject to this recall. Visit HYPERLINK “http://www.timberlandpro.com/http://www.timberlandpro.com or call (800) 445-5545 for further information.

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