Happy New Year! It’s Holli Singleton, your MESH spokesperson here wishing you a safe and prosperous 2018! As usual, my family celebrated the New Year by eating! And it’s the same every year—Grandmamma cooks the ham and my sisters and I bring the rest—collard greens, black-eyed peas, cornbread, deviled eggs, peach cobbler and pants with elastic waists!
But this year, smack dab in the middle of the Chinet plates and red Solo cups, was a salad. A fancy salad of baby spinach, walnuts and blue cheese crumbles. It seems one of my sisters went all healthy on us and added a green vegetable to the menu!
Well, grace was said and the eating began! Dishes were passed and plates were filled, but the salad sat there. Second helpings made the rounds and when everyone was satisfied, the salad still sat there—not a blue cheese crumble out of place. A centerpiece, rather than a side dish.
Next year, if she wants to add something green to the table, I have a lime Jell-O recipe I can suggest…
Speaking of novel ideas, we have a brand new class that you may find interesting—a one-day course designed to shed some light on the brand new ISO 45001-2018 standard for Occupational Health and Safety Management System.
Holli Singleton is the Assistant Director of Safety & Health Services at NC State Industry Expansion Solutions. In addition to managing the services offered by the Safety and Health Specialists, she develops and presents workplace safety and health education courses, conducts work site assessments and provides occupational safety and environmental assistance to employers throughout the southeastern region of the United States.