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Safety Council to discuss air quality and flow at meeting

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Safety Council to discuss air quality and flow at meeting

The August 13, 2013 program topic for the Bucyrus Area Safety Council meeting will be “Liquids, Air Quality and Air Flow Inside Your Facility” by Ryan Moon of Save X at the Bucyrus Community Hospital, 629 North Sandusky Avenue in Bucyrus.

Bucyrus Area Safety Council members and the public are welcome to participate in this informative program. Registration or additional information may be obtained by calling Joni Jones at 419-562-5087 or by email at jonesj@xaox.net.

Eighty-seven local companies are currently participating in this program. Membership is open to all area residents and businesses. New for this 2013-2014 year a four percent rebate is available for active Safety Council participation and now two percent rebates are available for group rated companies.

The Bucyrus Safety Council is effort by the Ohio Bureau of Workman’s Compensation and the Bucyrus Chamber of Commerce providing local safety training to businesses, industries and municipalities.

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