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Lincoln Electric

The Lincoln Electric Company has released an updated Arc Welding Safety Guide (E205) aimed at explaining in a straightforward way the issues relating to arc welding safety as well as recommended safe practices based upon practical experience. The guide is a tool which may be used to train and remind welders of the safe practices they should follow.

February 15, 2007

The Lincoln Electric Company has released an updated Arc Welding Safety Guide (E205) aimed at explaining in a straightforward way the issues relating to arc welding safety as well as recommended safe practices based upon practical experience. The guide is a tool which may be used to train and remind welders of the safe practices they should follow. To request a copy, visit www.lincolnelectric.com. Under Quick Links, select Welding Safety to obtain bulletin E305.

In an ongoing effort to further enhance customer service, The Lincoln Electric Company has incorporated new, industry-leading service standards, benchmarked from some of the most successful companies in the world. A leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, Lincoln underwent a substantial reorganization of its customer service department to include a wide range of best practices from a variety of service industries. The year-long process incorporated operating practices from Six Sigma, training principles from Dale Carnegie®, as well as procedures, methods and measurable reliability standards. An enhanced team of technically knowledgeable customer service representatives now handle incoming calls to help immediately with cross-functional issues. Call topics range from technical support and welding application problem-solving, to distribution, warranty issues and product selection/purchasing questions. Personnel are equipped with the latest customer support technology and are empowered to make customer-focused decisions to speed inquiry and warranty processing.

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