ICYMI: Safety 2018 Day 3

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Day 3 of Safety 2018 in San Antonio saw the last day out on the show floor, but spirits were still high for the final hours of exhibiting!

In Booth 2447, Little Giant Ladders had plenty of demos of their ladders and fall protection products and features, including the Ratchet Levelers. The Ratchet Leg Levelers are built into the Revolution ladder model and allow you to use your Little Giant ladder safely on uneven surfaces.

Tingley Rubber in Booth 2330 showed off jacket pieces from their Workcreation line and SYNC System, as well as an array of their boots for foot protection. The Flite boot in particular is lightweight and has a composite toe cap so it won't transmit cold or set off metal detectors.

Booth 2049 was busy as Columbia Southern University celebrated 25 years in online safety education. Among their many educational offerings, their bachelor's degree program was just recognized by the BCSP as a qualified academic program, meaning all students who graduate from the bachelor's degree program in occupational safety and health can apply for the Graduate Safety Practitioner designation.

Disappointed you missed out on all the fun? Don't worry! Our Live From social zone is still live, with posts from Facebook and Twitter so you can catch up on all the excitement—including the Monday morning mariachi music!

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