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Pepco Holds a Lunch & Learn at Lubrizol

[fa icon="calendar"] Jul 6, 2016 11:43:55 AM / by Christy Angie

Pepco helped coordinate a Lunch & Learn at the Lubrizol Plant in Painesville on Wednesday, June 29 with multiple vendors. In attendance from Lubrizol were 25 employees from their Maintenance Department, Health and Safety Superintendent Kristy Milo, and Lubrizol Safety Coordinator Walter Deja. 



 Pepco was represented by:

Adrian Griffin, Tool & Safety Purchasing

Howie Price, Industrial Product Manager

John Pedone, Industrial Outside Sales



 Vendors and Manufacturers in attendance were:

Frank Caspio from Flaherty Sales (Represents Werner Ladder and Protective Industrial Products)

John Mulkey from Hawkins Sales  (Represents Irwin Tools, Lenox Tools and Dymo Label)

Ken Walter from CSV Marketing  (Represents Wright Tool)

Lucas Yedica from Newell Rubbermaid 



 The purpose of the Lunch and Learn was to review and demonstrate new products from the manufacturers listed above and learn current safety requirements for hand tools and ladder safety. 

Lubrizol employees were educated on the latest safety products available and their usage. Lubrizol employees were provided lunch and were allowed time to discuss featured products with the vendor representatives.

Topics: Pepco, Lunch and Learn, Irwin Tools, Lubrizol, Lenox Tools, Wright Tool, Protective Industrial Products, Newell Rubbermaid, Werner Ladder

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