Gary Norland’s presentation, originally scheduled for Feb. 12 at Beasley Coliseum, has been postponed due to inclement weather. Another announcement will be made when a new date has been set.

Gary Norland’s story and his safety presentation applies to the entire WSU community. Give Gary an opportunity to educate your employees and students about the importance of proper S.A.F.E.T.Y.

Gary Norland’s Story and Mission:

“The job that day was investigating why a 200 amp 12,500-volt power line was shorting out. This line had shut down a section of the mill the night before. Now I was no slouch. I was a healthy 6’3” 240lb man who loved his work, and my overall attitude was to “get the job done.” But in this case, the go-getter attitude almost did me in. “I was being cooked alive…”. Too many people think that if a poor choice is made about our safety that it only affects that person. “So let us help you dispel this dangerous myth.” – Gary Norland

For a preview of Gary and Jeanne’s presentation visit the video link, or visit their website for additional information.