Last week, Ken Rosa, Aftermath’s Senior Manager of Law Enforcement Relations, attended the New Hampshire Chiefs of Police Association Public Safety Conference in Manchester, New Hampshire. In its 7th year, the two-day event featured free training sessions on a variety of topics, an exhibitor’s area, and a member’s golf tournament. The organization also hosts a winter conference every year.
What is the New Hampshire Chiefs of Police Association?
The goal of the NHCPA is similar that of other organizations supporting police chiefs: enhancing professional and personal relationships among the commanding officers, advocating for public safety, creating a positive and cooperative environment for networking between offices, elevating the standards of police service, and upholding the integrity of the profession.
Vendors and Visitors
Many of the attending chiefs, deputies, and other officers were unfamiliar with biohazard cleaning, so Ken took time to speak to all those who stopped by the Aftermath booth. Members were most interested in hearing about how the company works with home owners insurance to lessen the burden of victims and their families. Ken also explained the importance of bloodborne pathogen safety, and how Aftermath advocates for proper use of PPE by educating both our technicians and consumers alike.
The booth also featured giveaways: air fresheners, magnets, and notepads. As June is National Safety Month, Ken also gave away a full set of PPE like the ones Aftermath technicians use every day.
Coast to Coast, Nationwide
There are many more stops on our convention circuit this summer! Next week, we will be heading all the way to the opposite coast to visit the PLRB Western Regional Adjusters Conference in Riverside, California. Like law enforcement, insurance adjusters are a trusted resource for many families in need. When it comes to biohazard cleanup, our aim is to provide information so that professionals like these can best assist their clients in making a safe, educated choice.
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