Good morning to all I.D.I. employees: We wrapped up our quarterly safety makeup meeting yesterday evening and we have now caluculated our show up percentages following our 1st quarterly safety meeting (Q.S.M.) of 2011. We had a total of 79 out of 83 active employees attend the meeting for a show up rate of 95%. We also had a total of 44 out of 45 Safety Coordinators in attendance for a total Safety Coordinator show up rate of 98%. This was our record turn out in International Decorator's history. We want to extend a huge thank you to all of the employees that attended our 1st quarterly Q.S.M. for 2011. Let's strive to have our safest year ever which is good for everyone. Let's keep the momentum going into our next Q.S.M. which is tentatively scheduled for May 14th, 2011. As we get closer to the next meeting date, we will continue to update you as to the safety meeting topic and confirmed date of the meeting. In the meantime, continue to look out for each other to keep our family members from getting injured. "Everyone Goes Home Alive and in the Same Condition as They Arrived; Your Loved Ones Count On It."
Just a final reminder: Our quarterly safety makeup meeting is this Wednesday, 3/9/11 at 3:00pm at our shop location. If you are planning on attending, please ensure that you call our Safety Director, Peter Graham at (847) 417-1689 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. We need a head count for the meeting so we can prepare in case we have to rent chairs, etc. The safety meeting topic is on trade specific tools that we commonly use. Framers, acoustic carpenters and drywall hangers will be receiving safety training on the various Ramset and Hilti tools that we use. Attendees will be issued operator's license cards for the powder actuated tools of which the training will be on. This training will be performed by our tool vendors. Our tapers that attend will meet with our Safety Director, Peter and we will cover stilt safety, mini-Perry scaffold safety, impalement hazards, bucket heater electrical safety and we will discuss the main hazards tapers face while performing their tasks and how to prevent injury from those hazards. If you are a painter and you are planning on attending, your makeup meeting will be on a different day. Painters should not show up at the 3/9/11 safety training date. If you are a painter and you want to be scheduled for a makeup meeting, please contact our Safety Director, Peter Graham.