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Sponsored by Protective Industrial Products
This free webinar will help safety professionals better understand the head protection solutions available today to best protect their colleagues. According to the latest statistics, U.S. workers most likely to experience head injuries include those in construction, first responders, delivery drivers and those on loading docks. The most common causes of these injuries are slips, trips and falls; being struck in the head by an object; and motor vehicle incidents. Understanding the different protective offerings and the primary functions of each can help companies implement the proper head protection program for their employees.
Join PIP – a leading North American head protection manufacturer – to learn more about protection types, testing methods and user pain points to consider when choosing the best head protection for the job. We’ll also cover topics such as the trend of switching from hard hats to safety helmets, modern-day worksite hazards and the next advancements in head protection.
John Britt, Product Sales Manager, Protective Industrial Products
John is a personal protective equipment product sales manager for PIP with more than 30 years of experience in the safety industry. He has a strong knowledge of product applications, selection, use, training and regulatory compliance at the end-user, distributor and manufacturer levels. John is QSSP and OSHA 30 certified.
Kristen Pelepzuck, Product Manager, Protective Industrial Products
Kristen is a product manager for head protection at PIP with more than nine years of experience in the safety industry. She primarily focuses on researching and developing PPE designed to provide comfortable and innovative protection to industrial and construction workers. Kristen is QSSP and OSHA 30 certified.
Ben Julian, Marketing Channel Manager, Protective Industrial Products
Ben is a marketing channel manager at PIP with experience in the construction and industrial industries. He has five years in the safety industry conducting market research, offering hazard-driven channel safety solutions, and creating interactive safety tools for distributors and end users.
Barry is associate editor of Safety+Health and co-host of the magazine’s “On the Safe Side” podcast.