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I Care About Safety Because I Care About You

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36 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
5 414
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I received this wristband from Dr. Scott Geller in a PDS (Professional Development Seminar) at the National Safety Council's annual conference. The session was on a Brother's/Sister's Keeper Safety Culture. Each attendee was asked to introduce themselves and say why there were in that seminar. My words moved him with the power of the emotional connection and conviction to protect my fellow workers, my workforce FAMILY. Because while I may not know each of them individually, I know that every life matters and they are important to not just our workforce but to someone else - a wife, husband, child, parent, sibling, friend.... So when I see a report of an injury or fatality, my heart aches to read it. Because I have and will always actively care for people and because being a safety professional is not just my job but my sacred duty.

Being there for someone in need

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70 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
121 132
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I got this band at my first ever AC4P meeting this morning. Later that day my uncle passed away and someone was there for me. They didn't leave my side until they knew I was feeling better. This displays an intentional act of kindness that I am so grateful for!
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Crown Equipment Corporation

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94 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
14 656
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This wrist band starts it's journey with Tim Dryden. Tim owns a local business in New Bern, NC and recently hosted a large event to sponsor our local human society. Pets were brought to the establishment for adoption and several were taken. Tim is making a difference in his community by showing that he cares for all walks of life

Crown Equipment Corporation

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95 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
14 659
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This band starts it's journey with Greg Bronkema. As a business owner, Greg has numerous platforms to influence many - he is the type of personality that makes a difference every time he interacts with people. He is the real deal. You find yourself drawn to his personality and faith, so much that when he leaves, there is a vacant spot in your heart. Greg has been to Africa numerous times on missions trips - again making good things happen for people in need. When you meet this gentleman, be aware that he personifies love, you will certainly leave with a large dose of it...

Orange High School

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97 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
53 578
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When I was really sick and had to call off of work, I called the friend to go into work and cover my shift. He had to cancel his plans in order to do so, but he know he was helping me out, so he did it. I'm so thankful for his friendship and his willingness to help.

Sky Cade

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174 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
14 015
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This bracelet is being passed to Sky Cade. Sky is a brake operator in the Crown-Kinston Facility. Sky is always there to lend a hand to fellow operators when they are in need of it and we are grateful for his willingness to help others. We look forward to seeing the path this bracelet takes!

Crown Cares

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118 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
14 623
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Wrist band acquired 1/11/2018

Home sweet home

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136 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
6 067
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On September 18th, 2017 I found out that I had successfully been hired for a job that I was very anxious about. My room mates had been in the loop about the application process and were very excited to hear that I had been hired! At the same time, one of my room mates was sick with a cold. My third room mate purchased a cake and had it decorated "Congratulations Agusta and Get well soon Pam". I thought it was very unique and thoughtful. A simple act of kindness to show both Pam and myself, experiencing far different circumstances, that she cared about us equally. The cake was delicious.

Holiday Season

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315 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
121 845
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My puppy shredded my roommate’s couch cushion about two weeks ago, but I just now was able to get around to buying the materials to replace it. I am a person of my word, so I promised my roommates that I would replace anything my girl destroys. I was working longer hours to try to save up money to buy it on top of going to school and paying my regular bills. When I drove up to Ikea, I found out they do not sell individual couch cushion inserts nor individual couch cushion covers, and money was already tight due to Thanksgiving and Christmas season coming up as well as my girl’s spay/dewclaw removal appointment. So I had to buy covers for the entire couch and then drove to JOANN Fabrics. I was looking for a couch cushion insert, or at least something similar to it. The material I had to buy was extremely expensive (for a college student), and it was not on sale. I was in line and an older lady looked at me who probably knew I was struggling due to my wicked eye bags and long face. She looked down at her own things and back at mine then asked if I had coupons. I replied, “I’m sorry but I do not,”. She smiled a genuine smile and handed me her 50% off coupon then said, “I remember what it was like at your age and how hard it can be at times. Happy holidays”. I was so dumbfounded that she gave me her own coupon instead of using it for herself that I teared up. Something as little as that can make someone’s life a bit easier without even knowing the background story.

Virginia Tech PSYC 1004, Dr. Geller

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202 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
7 836
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Stayed after a little to introduce myself to Psychology God, Dr. Geller and told him his class was awesome. He told me that I made his day and passed the wristband to me. I will now pass it on when someone makes my day or when I see an act of kindness :).
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Being A Cadet

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118 users have voted, including you.
Wristband number: 
502 741
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My amazing professor Scott Geller decided to give a few fellow Cadets and myself wristbands for all that we do around Virginia Tech and our community.
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Steve Wade

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138 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
14 389
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Steve Wade. Steve is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator for the New Hire/Transfer Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee greatly appreciates the dedication of Steve and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Gary Moeder

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136 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
14 317
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Gary Moeder. Gary is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator for the Incident Investigation Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of Gary and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

LaTrisha Reed

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153 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
14 311
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with LaTrisha Reed. LaTrisha is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator for the Lift Truck and Dock Safety Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of LaTrisha and her team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that her bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

Dillon Boroff

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154 users have voted.
Wristband number: 
14 315
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This bracelet is beginning its journey with Dillon Boroff. Dillon is a member of the Safety Committee and the facilitator for the Audit/Sweep/Awareness Team in Plant 5 at Crown Equipment. The Safety Committee appreciates the dedication of Dillon and his team to the safety of themselves and their co-workers, and we look forward to seeing the path that his bracelet takes as it is passed on for each act of kindness!

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