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  • Safety Committee
    Updated On: Nov 21, 2019

    SAFETY COMMITTEE

    Chuck Griffith - Co-Chair Lori Griffith - Co Chair
    cgriffith@cwa7777.org lgriffith@cwa7777.org


    CWA Local 7777/CenturyLink

    Joint Safety Committee

     As Co-Chairs of the CWA local 7777/CenturyLink Joint Safety Committee, we are proud to introduce the following members of this Committee and provide their contact information:

    NAME

    E-MAIL

    PHONE NUMBER

    WORK LOCATION

    Chuck Griffith - Co-chair

    cgriffith@cwa7777.org

    303-653-5028

    Sullivan Central Office

    Lori Griffith - Co-chair

    lgriffith@cwa7777.org

    720-333-5674

    700 W Mineral Avenue

    Destin Raybun

    draybun@cwa7777.org

    970-227-3124

    North Washington Garage

    Corinne Villa

    cvilla@cwa7777.org

    303-507-3299

    Zuni Building

    Jodi Escott

    jescott@cwa7777.org

    303-587-5634

    Zuni Garage

    Anna Robbs

    arobbs@cwa7777.org

    303-437-0447

    700 W Mineral Avenue

    Walter(Bernie)Dillman

    wdillman@cwa7777.org

    515-991-4692

    S Allison Garage

    Jeff Payne

    jpayne@cwa7777.org

    720-296-6738

    2411 S Peoria Street

    Sharon Stites

    sstites@cwa7777.org

    720-956-7567

    700 W Mineral Avenue

    Service Assurance

    Lynn Rusher

    irusher@avaya.com

    720-444-5000

    Avaya

    Carol Giampaolo

    cgiampaolo@cwa7777.org

    303-319-1445

    Retiree

               

    The purpose of the Joint CWA/CenturyLink Safety committee is to work together to educate all workers about the importance of safety in the workplace. Through the efforts of this Committee, safety issues, OSHA complaints, field safety concerns, and current safety topics are being addressed in the proper manner along with developing written plans of action and monitoring the follow-up of those action plans for the benefit of the membership and management alike.

    We encourage all members of this Committee to solicit fellow workers interested in "workplace safety" to participate. We are excited to work with each and every one of you and look forward to many new faces at our upcoming meetings. Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of every month, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Union Hall.

    Chuck Griffith                                                                                         Lori Griffith

    Co-chair                                                                                                                    Co-chair

    SAFETY FIRST!                        Safety first!                    Safety first!

     

    Winter Safety

    Winter storms and cold temperatures can be dangerous. Stay safe and healthy by planning.

    Prepare your home and cars.   

                                    

    Prepare for power outages and outdoor activity.

    Check on older adults.

    Keep pets indoors.

    Many people prefer to remain indoors during winter but staying inside is no guarantee of safety. Take these steps to keep your home and car safe and warm during the winter months.

    • Winterize your home by installing weather stripping, insulation, and storm windows.
    • Insulate water lines that run along exterior walls.
    • Clean out gutters and repair roof leaks.
    • Check car tires for adequate tread. Keep a blanket and flashlight in cars.
    • Check all your car’s fluid levels, anti-freeze, and window washer fluid.
    • Check your heating systems.
    • Have your heating system serviced professionally to make sure that it is clean, working properly, and ventilated to the outside.
    • Inspect and clean fireplaces and chimneys.
    • Install a smoke detector. Test batteries monthly and replace them twice a year.
    • Have a safe alternate heating source and alternate fuels available.

    Check on older relatives and neighbors to be sure their walks and driveways are shoveled and salted to prevent injury. Get them any food or other supplies they need to be safe in their home.

    Remember, if it is too cold for you to stay outside, it is too cold for your pets as well. Let them out to relieve themselves and then bring them back inside. Remove any snow and ice off the pads of their feet and dry them.


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