Long Island Scrap Metal

April 18, 2011

Charles Keeling Speaks about Safety to L.I. Chapter of American Society of Highway Engineers

Charles Keeling Speaks about Safety to L.I. Chapter of American Society of Highway Engineers

Pictured (left to right): Secretary Ken Pritchard, Vice President Andrea Luft, and Treasurer Andrew Narus, Long Island Chapter, American Society of Highway Engineers; Charles Keeling, Safety Director, Gershow Recycling; President Tom Ruckel and Director of Membership Bill Barrett, Long Island Chapter, American Society of Highway Engineers.

 

On March 31, Charles Keeling, Safety Director, Gershow Recycling, was the guest speaker at the American Society of Highway Engineers' Long Island chapter meeting at Palmer's American Grill in Farmingdale.

During his presentation, Mr. Keeling discussed his role as President of the Long Island chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers and described what the organization does. He also talked about Gershow Recycling, his role as Safety Director with the company, what the company does, how the scrap is recycled and the safety requirements its employees must follow.

Mr. Keeling also talked about engineering and safety. The topics he covered included roadwork safety and fatalities; Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements; leading hazards at construction sites; additional hazards at construction sites; new crane standards; and safety on the road.

 

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