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Publication of Comments

At the end of every month, EHS GRADES will publish comments that do not reveal the name of a company or additional personal information of the communicator on our website. Please send us articulate, well-informed comments that are relevant to your company's EHSMeetUp! Program. We welcome your advice and your unique insights into improving our programs.

Rules for Publication of Comments

To be approved for publication, your comments should be civil and respectful. Our standards are reflected in the articles we publish on our website; we expect your comments to follow that example. A few things we won't tolerate: personal attacks, obscenity, vulgarity, profanity (including expletives and letters followed by dashes), commercial promotion, and impersonations. We will treat all collected information in accordance with our privacy policy.

Recent EHSMeetUp! Comments from Industry

"Thank you, thank you, thank you. Through EHSMeetUp! I met our CEO for the first time this week. We had a great interaction and I am looking forward to meeting him again soon. Great job."

"It was nice to hear how our employees feel about safety. We respect their feelings and I'm glad that they believe we look out for their safety."

"This has been a great success for my business. My employees are very excited and I am too."

"All our Management participated and visited all our sites. (They) conduct EHSMeetUps throughout the year."

"Wow, our corporate staff took part in our meeting, we all had a very good two-way communication with them."

"Please, encourage my company to increase the number of times the meet up is presented. My co-workers love it and talk about the program all week. We are very motivated and excited to meet our top management."

"EHSMeetup! provided the much needed relief that I anticipated. Until now, I was mentally checked out of my work. Thank you for making my voice heard in my workplace."