March 12, 2018
The NCK Tech High School & College GMAW Welding Invitational Competition was held in Beloit, KS on March 1st & 2nd, 2018. Students came from Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma to compete. This is the second year Boss has donated welding gloves for the competition.
The contest showcases each student’s ability to weld with the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) process in all positions according to a blueprint. Awards and prizes were given to the top 5 individual welders as well as the top teams. Prizes included gloves, plaques, and scholarships.
Boss was happy to support the Hastings, Nebraska location of Matheson Gas again this year by providing Welding Gloves to the contestants. As these fine, young students begin heading into the workforce, we hope we have been a positive influence in helping them not only wear the right personal protective equipment but to put safety first!
“Thanks to Bob Managers & Mark Bonifas for asking us to participate in this event again. Working together on these special events strengthens my goal of building productive partnerships & growing business. Thanks again!” ~ Robin Danielson, Territory Sales Manager
May 26, 2017
Boss Gloves was there to help during the recovery efforts after a tornado ripped through Elk City, Oklahoma. The tornado caused severe damage in the area and at least one death. It was estimated that twenty to thirty Elk City area homes and businesses suffered damage.
Rene Soto, Owner of Aztec Safety Solutions & Supplies, worked with the American Red Cross to assess the damage and serve hot meals to the victims. They also discussed appropriate personal protection equipment for the clean-up such as the Boss gloves 1JM500 and 1JM600 as well as high visibility safety vests.
“I want to thank Rene for his partnership & allowing Boss to be a part of this tornado disaster clean up. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those whose lives & families were effected.” Robin Danielson, Territory Sales Manager
May 16, 2017
Boss Gloves participated in the Safety Week for JE Dunn Construction together with Aztec Safety Solutions & Supplies. The day started with an early morning breakfast at the project site located on the beautiful campus of the University of Oklahoma in Norman. After breakfast employees of JE Dunn and Aztec Safety were able to try on various types of Boss personal protective equipment ranging from different glove styles to high visibility safety vests. While trying on the Boss gear, participants shared their needs and feedback with the Boss team. Those in attendance were also offered the chance to win some great prizes!
“Throughout the week we accomplished many things including; have fun in creating excitement about safety, review important training topics & procedures that will safely mitigate daily hazards in our industry, reinforce and empower staff with Stop Work Authority, and engage individuals to create a personal commitment toward their safety and the safety of those around them,” Stated Jason Bishop, Senior Project Manager at JE Dunn Construction.
“We’re off to a great start on the project and feel confident that this week has helped reinforce the commitment to see everyone go home safely each day,” Bishop continued. “With this said, we did want to relay our appreciation and humbly request that everyone stay engaged in their continued communication going forward on site. If we can all put safety first in our communication to our staff on the front lines, we can create the positive behavioral based safety we’re trying to achieve.”
“Building partnerships while educating and providing the right personal protective equipment is our main goal here at Boss Manufacturing. My sincerest thank you again to Rene Soto from Aztec Safety Solutions and Supplies, LLC as well as the entire team at JE Dunn Construction for inviting Boss and me to participate in your Safety Week!” ~Robin Danielson, Territory Sales Manager
September 11, 2015
Safety in the warehouse is no joke. Dedicated planning and execution are key to keeping yourself and your fellow workers safe on the job.The following infographic illustrates dangers to be aware of and precautions needed to provide a safe, efficient working environment in the warehouse. (more…)