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Kelsi Kelsi Kelsi

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Employee Spotlight :»Kelsi«: 


Hey all!  The time has come for another blog!  Perfect read for this rainy, cruddy day!
 This week, I am going to pick on Kelsi aka Chelsea.  (inside office joke 😁)

Kelsi was born and raised in Marion County and still a Knoxville resident.  She loves to travel and spend time with her family--> husband Todd and daughter Harper. 
She has been employed by EHS for 16.5 years!  She has a couple of different roles in the office.
 Everyone probably knows her as Kelsi; the Optician --> she helps our patients with the selection of their new eye wear.  She also handles Office Marketing, any radio advertising and operating of the office Facebook page. 

Here are a few fun facts I learned about Kelsi, time to share with you all!
What did you want to be when you grew up?* teacher, travel agent or doing something in the fashion industry, which I have a degree in. 
So, if you were stuck on an island, what 3 items are a must to survive?* my iPhone, some peanut butter and las…

March 2017

March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month More than 2,000 U.S. workers suffer a job-related eye injury each day, and  nearly 1 million have lost some of their sight due to an eye injury.  To help  reduce these numbers, the month of March has been designated as Workplace  Eye Wellness Month.  The majority of eye injuries that occur within the workplace are due to small  objects striking the eye.  These can include metal, dust, chemicals, wood, tools,  or UV radiation burns.    One of the easiest and most effective ways to reduce eye injuries is to wear  proper safety glasses.   Nearly 3 out of every 5 workers who suffered an eye injury were not wearing  proper protection at the time of the accident.  The following are a few tips to  help protect your eyes while on the job.
Wear proper safety glasses, goggles, helmets or face shieldsMaintain a safe working environmentPractice good work habitsKeep a first aid kit with eye wash nearbyIdentify potential safety hazards Remember to wear your safety glasses an…