Reducing yards' risks target of ISRI meeting; communication said key
Sep 02, 2005 | 07:04 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Almost nothing goes wrong in a scrapyard that someone hasn't encountered before, according to John Gilstrap.As director of safety for the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), he said he hopes that an Oct. 18-19 meeting of safety managers, some of them in that role only part time, will turn into a recurring forum for sharing problems and solutions. "We'll get a network of safety folks who can lean on each other," he said.....
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