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Safety equipment manufacturers and distributors named Qualified Safety Sales Professionals

ISEAThe International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) announces that 35 safety equipment marketing and sales professionals have been awarded the Qualified Safety Sales Professional (QSSP) designation.

They completed an intensive one-week course in the technical and regulatory fundamentals of workplace safety and health, November 5-9 in Durham, NC, designed to provide an understanding of the challenges to employers and workers who face hazardous conditions on the job, and help provide solutions.

The QSSP training helps its graduates broaden their technical expertise in health and safety. They gain an understanding of the complex regulations imposed by OSHA, EPA and other agencies.  The learn how to calculate the true cost of injuries and illness. And most important, they become more valuable resources to their customers and their companies.

The newest QSSPs come from across the United States, as well as Colombia, Poland and Ukraine.  Their employers are companies that manufacture and distribute a full range of personal protective equipment for workers.

Since 1996, more than 1000 safety equipment marketing and sales personnel have earned the QSSP designation. The course, sponsored by ISEA, is taught by a faculty of safety experts, and conducted twice a year.

A list of the November 2012 QSSP graduates is below.  For more information on QSSP, including a searchable directory with contact information for graduates, go to www.qssp.org

About ISEA

Arlington, Va.-based ISEA is the leading trade association for personal protective equipment and technologies.  Established in 1933, ISEA supports its member companies in manufacturing and marketing the highest-quality products to protect the safety and health of people who may be exposed to potentially harmful situations while working on the job or at home.

Qualified Safety Sales Professional graduates November 2012

Justin Anderson
Martinsville, IN

Stephanie B. Baum
Hagemeyer North America
Swedesboro, NJ

Craig Begelman
Norcross, GA

Doug Bohl
Hagemeyer North America
Bismark, ND

Alexander Boyko
Kiev, Ukraine

Page Brumley
Hagemeyer North America
Bismark, ND

Stephen Brunet
Motion Industries - Voorhies Division
Houma, LA

Craig Reid Cleeland
Iron Station, NC

Carol Clune
DXP Enterprises /Safety Services
Houston, TX

Aubrey Collier
Cynthiana, KY

Richard H. Crannell
Motion Industries
Apollo Beach, FL

Stephen D. Crews
Hagemeyer North America
Swedesboro, NJ

Jeffrey A. DeWitt
Motion Industries
Indianapolis, IN

David Downing
Hagemeyer North America
Corpus Christi, TX

Bob Farrell
Motion Industries
Irving, TX

Kevin Hein
Salt Lake City, UT

Beth Hricsina
Honeywell Safety
Franklin, PA

Matthew J. Hurd, Jr.
Motion Industries
Columbia, MO

Holly Jo Johnson
Cynthiana, KY

Cheryl Johnston
Honeywell Safety
Franklin, PA

Matt Keifer
Rockwall, TX

Brooke Killen
MCR Safety
Memphis, TN

Carlos Londono
MSA Colombia
Cundinamarca, Colombia

Adam Lucero
Denver, CO

Kathie Madsen
Magid Glove & Safety
Chicago, IL

Joy L. Mason
Hagemeyer North America
Norcross, GA

Stephen Materese
Woburn, MA

Jeffrey T. Murdock
Columbiana, OH

Lukasz Niewiadomski
MSA Safety Sp. z.o.o.
Raszyn, Poland

Dave Olson
Winona, MN

John Pacilio
League City, TX

Randy Parnow
Winona, MN

Teresa Pennington
Deerfield Beach, FL

Jason Redd
Dillon Supply Company
Raleigh, NC

Michelle Wear
Cincinnati, OH

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