Wendy Waskovich

About Wendy Waskovich

Wendy has a Master's in Spanish. Her background includes technical writing and translation for occupational safety and health training, as well as the manufacturing and medical fields. She has written and presented academic papers and taught on a graduate level. Wendy joined Safety Unlimited, Inc. in 2012, where she has contributed articles for The Monthly SUN (Safety Unlimited Newsletter). She is a member of Toastmasters International, where she writes, presents, and critiques speeches. Wendy is also a Customer Support Specialist for SUI.

9/11 First Responders Receive Compensation

After much lobbying and petitioning by first responders, lobbyists, the media, and even celebrities, the House and Senate both voted last year to extend the Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act for 75 years to help provide basic health care for first responders who became ill after performing rescue and Read the full article…

010914-N-3995K-003 New York, N.Y. (Sept. 14, 2001) — Retired Fire Chief Joseph Curry barks orders to rescue teams as they clear through debris that was once the World Trade Center. U.S. Navy Photo by Journalist 1st Class Preston Keres. (RELEASED)

Hand Washing vs. Triclosan

  Triclosan, a phenyl ether derivative, was introduced in the 1970s as an antibacterial and antifungal agent. It has been linked to liver and inhalation toxicity, cancer, and thyroid or endocrine disruption. Initially used in hospitals, the toxic chemical ingredient is now pervasive in over-the-counter products found in schools, businesses, Read the full article…


GROW America Act Aimed at Creating Millions of Construction Jobs

Earlier this year, the Administration proposed the GROW AMERICA Act, a six-year transportation reauthorization proposal transmitted to Congress that provides increased and stable funding for our nation’s highways, bridges, transit, and rail systems. The GROW AMERICA Act will allow States and local governments to effectively plan and start construction on Read the full article…