Month: August 2015
We are looking for new independent and direct sales representatives to sell our growing OxyGo portable oxygen concentrator and other Applied products to DME providers. If you can help us we would be glad to recognize your contribution in our popular Home Healthcare TODAY magazine. Please see below for details. INDEPENDENT DIRECT SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED We are an established fast growing home respiratory equipment manufacturer with plants in the U. S. and Europe. If you have 3 or more years of sales experience selling respiratory or sleep products to DME providers, we are interested in talking to you. We provide field sales support, brand recognition, and marketing support and we are the market leader in several important markets. We pay generous commissions on invoicing, so you will enjoy a steady above average income. Please e-mail your resume and line card to firstname.lastname@example.org If you know anyone in an open territory that would be a good fit for us, and we sign them as
For the third year in a row Applied celebrates winning the Westlake in Bloom annual contest. Westlake in Bloom is a friendly competition among residents, organizations and businesses in the Westlake community. Each year, hundreds of participants compete for first, second and third place awards. This year Applied came in 1st place in the Business/Hotel/Motel category.
Applied Home Healthcare Equipment had the opportunity and privilege to once again compete in the 2015 City of Westlake Corporate Challenge. We had a great time competing in the Corporate Challenge this year. Its another way for employees to work together as a team, while also including family members. This year we participated in 24 events - Go Applied Companies! Blood Drive Food Drive Spirit Banner 2 Mile Timed Walk Sand Volleyball Corn Hole Golf Putting Bocce Ball Texas Holdem Basketball Skee Ball Ready, Aim, Fire The Westlake 500 Cupcake Decorating Puzzle Mania Spelling Bee Bowling Eight Ball Trivia Minute To Win It Walk/Scavenger Hunt Water Relay Cardboard Boat Race
Drivers, respiratory therapists, warehouse personnel, and others who handle compressed gas cylinders should do so using the proper equipment to ensure safe movement of the cylinders. Compressed gas cylinders are pressure vessels that are capable of becoming propelled objects if the contents are suddenly exhausted, either by mishap or accident. The rapid discharge of gas can happen if the cylinders are dropped and either the valve or other part of the cylinder becomes damaged or broken. If a damaged cylinder with gas inside of it becomes a propelled object, it can cause property damage, injury, or worse. To prevent cylinders from being damaged, use carriers, bags, or carts when handling and moving cylinders, particularly multiple cylinders. Do not try to carry a large number of cylinders under your arms. One wrong move or trip can result in the cylinders being dropped and potentially damaged. Carriers can be constructed of several types of materials. The durability of the carrier is