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SAFEME Automotive hits the road

Retail Services is developing a series of free apps for specific groups in the workplace.

RS has developed SAFEME apps for entry-level employers, older workers and most recently, for employees who perform service and repair on automobiles. The newest version of SAFEME is in development for Spanish speakers and should be ready for use by the end of the year.

Safety specialist Rick Means has been on the road in recent days to display the SAFEME Automotive app to potential users and members.

Rick accompanied CEO Renée Sunde and Mark Johnson, Senior VP of Policy and Government Affairs, to address the Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce members. Rick explained that the Auto app rewards the user with a training certificate if they pass a quiz that follows the training. The certificate indicates a safety awareness that employees can use in a job search or when seeking a promotion.

Sunde spoke about the current health of the retail industry including emerging trends. Johnson reviewed outcomes from the 2019 legislative session on bills related to retailers.

Following the Gig Harbor event, Rick took SAFEME Automotive to Ellensburg for a meeting of an association of safety professionals. This networking opportunity can help spread word about SAFEME to new users. Click here for more information about the app.

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