Portable Sanitation Association International

Association Insight Dec 26, 2019

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YEAR END EDITION DECEMBER 26, 2019 Championing Sanitation Worldwide By Todd Ginter, PSAI Marketing Manager As part of the PSAI's mission, we are always on the lookout for opportunities that enable us to "expand and improve portable sanitation facilities worldwide." One snowy December day this month, we were delighted to present a check to Karibu Loo, a portable sanitation provider in Nairobi. Funding for the donation came through the 3rd annual Urgent Run and supporters like Satellite Industries—this year's Champion Sponsor. Read on to learn more about the way in which the PSAI and its Members make a difference. CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 Implementing a Fleet Safety Program Part II of a Series on Fleet Safety Programs for Portable Sanitation Companies By Karleen Kos, PSAI Executive Director There are many reasons to create or update your fleet safety program. Perhaps your insurance company or a potential customer requires it. Maybe you had an OSHA inspection and you were cited. Or maybe you are the leader of a new company and you're just getting started with programs and policies. The motivation really doesn't matter. More important is getting it right for where your company is and soon hopes to be—and then running your fleet accordingly. CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 From left: Paula Meyer, representing Karibu Loo; Michelle Amelse and John Babcock from Satellite Industries; and Karleen Kos, from the PSAI.

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