Portable Sanitation Association International

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WEEKLY EDITION AUGUST 21, 2019 Building a Culture of Safety Part I: Precursors to Seri ous Inc id ents By Karleen Kos, PSAI Executive Director Whether you've been in the portable sanitation industry for three months or three decades, you know there are things that can threaten your business. Some of them are mostly out of your control – like the broad economic picture or major changes in environmental regulations. A good many are mostly within your control, and that's the good news. Through the decisions you make and the culture you create, you can have a substantial impact on whether your business thrives or is taken out by these things. One of the biggest items in this category is safety. G et ti ng Pa i d: Part I By Karleen Kos, PSAI Executive Director CONTINUED ON PAGE 8 If you have been in business long enough to have had one customer, you have faced the issue of getting paid. I'm not talking about pricing here – that's a different topic. I'm talking about how to actually get other people to give you the money you expect and they agreed to pay for the work that you do. Of course the good news is that most customers do pay. The bad news is you're not alone if you have trouble with collections. CONTINUED ON PAGE 2

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