New Program Helps Customers Work Safely -- Our DuPont COT 2007

The DuPont Safety Resources business introduced STOP™ For Each Other -- a safety training program available to customers globally.

The program is built on the principles of the award-winning DuPont™ Safety Training Observation Program (STOP™).

Using workbooks, DVDs and field activities, the program teaches customers’ employees to rely on themselves and each other to stay safe, increasing peer-to-peer communication about safety. The new version takes a more user-friendly approach and has been updated to reflect the safety challenges of today's workplace.

“It's exciting to know that this offering will directly result in saving lives of people around the world, and that DuPont has a hand in that outcome,” said Jill Hamma, global business manager, DuPont Safety Resources.

600450 New Program Helps Customers Work Safely -- Our DuPont COT 2007
Date: 5 September 2007

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