Office Furniture Warehouse Installation Team Completes OSHA Training

Thursday, May 31, 2018
Office Furniture Warehouse has received OSHA training certifications for entire operations staff through a competitive state grant. 
Office Furniture Warehouse has received the OSHA 10 HR Safety certification for their entire operations division through the Incumbent Worker Training Program administered by the Southeast Tennessee Development District Office of Workforce Development.  
All OFW installation technicians are now OSHA certified, with senior operations staff being certified trainers certified to provide in-house certification for future hires.
John Jerman, OFW president and founder, says “We are proud to partner with SETD on our training goals. We strive to continuously improve the experience for both our customers and employees by providing skill-building opportunities for the whole team.” 
Jason Flowers, vice president of Operations at OFW, says “I am consistently prouder and more impressed with our installation team as they develop individually and together. This designation decisively sets our installation technicians apart from our competitors.” 
Office Furniture Warehouse, LLC, winner of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Small Business of the Year Award, is a BBB-accredited dealer of new and used commercial furniture, insured office mover and provider of furniture services. Office and showroom at 1900 Stuart Street are open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. For more information about Office Furniture Warehouse, contact Marley Lentz at 423-790-1376.

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