If you were charged in a court of law with being a water equipment dealer, sales manager or a salesperson, would there be enough evidence to convict you? In other words, do your actions show that you are performing the job title you have acquired?
Do your actions match your job description?
As we work with clients, we find that many water equipment dealers are unaware of the various safety regulations with which they are obligated by law to comply. A number of dealers fail to understand the serious implications of not meeting federal and state safety and OSHA regulations. Ignorance or disregard of safety laws exposes customers, employees and you to great risk. Accidents, injuries, death and higher operating cost are often the result of neglecting safety training, practices, processes and policies.
Complying with safety regulations is essential to maintaining your business
Don’t miss the industry’s best Sales &Management Training Seminars featuring Carl Davidson coming up in Las Vegas on Sept. 22 & 23 and in Orlando on Nov. 17 &18 designed exclusively for sales people in the water equipment industry.
Carl Davidson two-day seminar delivers valuable sales and management solutions to water treatment industry professionals
Anything that can make employees more productive quickly, is welcomed. Over the years, the Water Quality Association (WQA) has developed some great tools that can help a water treatment dealership become productive faster.
WQA offers a variety of materials and services to help new dealerships become productive faster
From hosting annual barbecue, to monthly seminars, to other festive events throughout the year, Nimbus Water Systems is always in search of ways to make their clients feel a part of the family.
From a small mom & pop shop to a large water business
After finding that his warehouse space in LaPorte County, Ind., was not nearly enough anymore, Mark Joachim decided to invest in a storefront to allow a more customer-friendly environment.
Indiana Dealer Opens Storefront