Being, "simply a practicing Christian," has many implications for Rev. John Steinhauser. "You'll have to excuse me," he apologized during one mid-day phone call, "I wear the chef's hat around here, and I need to put lunch on the table." For the last 40 years, Rev. Steinhauser has served as Director of Union Gospel Mission in Jamestown, N.Y., providing hope and love in New York's western-most city on the shore of Lake Erie. One of the changes that makes Rev. Steinhauser proud, during his tenure
It is difficult to eliminate the possibility of all accidents, but a few moments of awareness education, along with diligent planning and follow-through will certainly reduce their likelihood! 1. Wet Floors: Whether from melting snow or ice, rain, or everyday spills, wet floors always pose a hazard. Have plenty of "wet floor" signs available. Make sure that every employee understands their responsibilities for ensuring that all surfaces are kept safe and dry.