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LI Businesses Put More Energy Into Containing Fuel Cost, Inflation

By |April 7th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

COVID has taken a backseat to inflation and high gas prices these days as a worry for small businesses. Even a solar energy contractor is taking a hit. They are paying more for just about everything, which means they’re having to get more creative in cutting costs, experts say. “It’s a perfect storm of increasing prices everywhere,” says Ron Loveland, president of Northport-based Summit Safety and Efficiency Solutions, which specializes in safety, quality, and efficiency consulting. For starters, in February, U.S. inflation increased 7.9% over last year, the largest increase since 1982. In February, the New York metro area saw [...]

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March Long Island Manufacturing Events-Join us!

By |February 27th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|

Date Manufacturing Events 3/1/2022 Ignite Long Island-Panel on Retaining Employees featuring 3/2/2022 CyberSecurity Event-Hosted by FuzeHub, MTRC Cynthia Colón, Long Island Food Council 3/15/2022 ADDAPT Dinner Group 3/16/2022 Total Productive Maintenance seminar during Bimser Synergize Conference 3/28/2022 ADDAPT Sikorsky Town Hall, Cradle Of Aviation Museum 3/30/2022 Future is Now 5/26/2022 Manufacturing/Robotics/Supply Chain/Career/Job Fair     

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Manufacturing on Long Island

By |February 27th, 2022|Categories: Uncategorized|

Many people think that manufacturing is dead on Long Island, ever since Northrup Grumman left. But contrary to that belief, manufacturing on Long Island is still an economic engine for the Long Island community. About the Interview In this episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Hilary speaks with Ron Loveland, President of Summit Safety & Efficiency Solutions – a company that helps manufacturers thrive in the high-cost Northeast by improving safety, quality, and efficiency. Ron discusses how manufacturing on Long Island is still alive and well. He also talks about how his company helps bridge the gap between job seekers and [...]

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Set Up for Success – Why Next-Level Technology is Essential for Facility Management

By |May 15th, 2021|Categories: Blog|

The HIA Manufacturing and Technology committees held a joint session on 5/5/21.  This was the first time the two groups held a session at Inspirence Studios in Bohemia.  Featuring a panel of manufacturers and moderators live in the studio, the audience participated virtually over Zoom.   Panelists Paul Angelico, Anthony Ovale, and Ron Loveland Panelists were Paul Angelico, Vice President of Global Operations at Chembio Diagnostic Systems, Inc., Anthony Ovale, Production Management at Banner Metalcraft Inc., and Ron Loveland, President of Summit Safety & Efficiency Solutions (Co-Chair of the Manufacturing/International Trade Committee).   Moderators Charlie Ward and [...]

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Long Island Robotics Day

By |May 3rd, 2021|Categories: Blog|

On April 29, 2021, Summit Safety & Efficiency Solutions working with Oerlikon Metco, Designatronics, and their robotics integrators & automation providers hosted a panel of manufacturers discussing implementing robotics, conducted tours of both manufacturers, and had demo’s of the latest automation equipment. Manufacturers, struggling to find skilled labor, concerned about injuries from repetitive motion, heavy lifting, and awkward ergonomics, and looking for ways to reduce cost got some great ideas from the event. From all accounts, Long Island Robotics Day was a great success!

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Outsourced Safety for Manufacturers

By |December 24th, 2020|Categories: Blog|

Need that extra help to ensure you keep your team safe? For many of our manufacturing customers, we serve as their Outsourced Safety Officer. Give us a call for a complimentary Safety program assessment! #covid19safety #workplacesafety #safetyprofessionals    

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