Hello to the HRS Group fan base,
Today, I have decided to write a special blog just to acknowledge the dedication of my readership. To this point, there are 25, 342 registered comments and over 100 sitting there for me to read and edit. (Dated January 15, 2012) Never in my wildest dreams did I ever feel that my blog writing would take off as much as it has.
There are those that comment quite regularly and there are those that scan the material periodically and decided to leave a comment. Either way, there are more comments coming in every day and I promise to get around to reading all of them.
As far as the future goes, there is enough material to complete a blog posting, about health and safety, almost every day. I do have a life, however, a private as well as a professional one, and I can only work at a pace of about one blog every other day or so. Last week, for instance, I was training every day, including Saturday. This week, I have scheduled training courses every day. That does not leave much time for research and the coming up of new material to write about.
I really enjoy the comments I have received recently about the appreciation for the time and effort that has been spent to create and post the blogs as well as the editing of the comments. Anyone that blogs, on a regular basis, will tell you that it can be an exhaustive endeavour, one with little, ikf any, rewards but does gives great personal satisfaction.
My job, as I see it, is to report issues about health and safety and, hopefully, some of the material may be germane to the reader’s needs. If so, it just may save a life or possibly make the work environment a better place to be. Either way, it will be for the better.
There are also a few comments that want to deal with my credentials. To clear this up, I am almost half way to my CHSEP designation, which will allow me to immediately write my CRSP exam. It is my hope I have both of them completed by the end of the calendar year. Wish me luck. I certainly have quite a work load now and a target date to make but I am not complaining.
Again, thank you, my readership, for all the world-wide devotion to the blogging on HRS Group Inc.
Remember — In Ontario, (as well as all over the world) “ALL Accidents are Preventable”
‘Work’ and ‘Play’ safe.
Daniel L. Beal
CHSEP – Foundation Level
VP & Senior Trainer
HRS Group Inc.