QSSP-Your Partner in Worker Protection

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QSSP-Your Partner in Worker Protection


What's your reaction when a safety equipment sales person knocks on your office door, or calls you on the phone?

Is it "Look out--somebody's trying to sell me something." Or is it "Here's someone who can help me do my job of protecting the workers in my organization."

If it's the latter, you could be talking to a Qualified Safety Sales Professional (QSSP)--one of the nearly 600 sales and marketing pros who have competed a rigorous course on safety and health technical and regulatory principles, and proudly wear the "QSSP" designation.

QSSPs have been trained in a broad range of safety and health aspects--industrial hygiene, risk management, safety engineering and practices, safety regulations and workers' comp. They have studied the underlying principles and practices of occupational health and safety, and learned how to integrate safety equipment into meeting your needs.

Most importantly, they have been given a firm understanding of how a robust health and safety program is good business practice, and they are ready to help you protect your workers. They are your partners in prevention.

QSSP is sponsored by ISEA, the Safety Equipment Distributors Association, and the Safety Equipment Manufacturers Agents Associations--the trade associations for safety equipment manufacturers, distributors and manufacturers' representatives. The course designer and director is Dr. Richard D. Fulwiler, who began his second career as a safety educator when he retired as Proctor & Gamble's director of worldwide health and safety. …

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