JLG's Puszkiewicz to Speak at "The Future of Job Site Safety" Webinar

JLG's Puszkiewicz to Speak at "The Future of Job Site Safety" Webinar

JLG Industries Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company, announces that Ignacy Puszkiewicz, senior director of future technology and industrial design for JLG, will participate in the upcoming “The Future of Job Site Safety” webinar hosted by Cratos on June 8 at 1:00 p.m. est. Puszkiewicz’s presentation during the event will focus on “Innovations of Job Site Safety Technology.” The webinar is open to the public and free to attend. Participants can register for the event at https://www.cratos.com/webinar.

According to Cratos, this webinar will discuss how to overcome safety challenges faced by small to medium-sized businesses, provide a look into the research currently being conducted by NIOSH, the latest technologies available, and those that will be available soon. Leading safety experts, including JLG’s Puszkiewicz, will speak on topics such as:

  • Implementing the right safety technology on a job site 
  • Minimizing costly job site injuries and fatalities
  • The latest research in construction safety technology
  • Robotics and products available to keep workers safe

Speaker presentations will be followed by Q&A, allowing attendees to ask questions and seek guidance on the topics most relevant to their companies.

Puszkiewicz has 38 years of experience in research and development of mobile, off-highway equipment and vehicles, with 25 designing products for JLG. He is currently responsible for the research of future technologies applicable to the company’s equipment. He is also a published author and an inventor with a portfolio of 20+ granted patents. Puszkiewicz received his master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Lublin Technical University in Poland.

For more information about Cratos’ “The Future of Job Site Safety” webinar, visit https://www.cratos.com/webinar.

For more information about JLG products and services, visit www.jlg.com.


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