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Brad Rosen

Business Development & Purchasing
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About Brad Rosen

Brad joined Broner Glove & Safety in 2009 as Purchasing Manager. He is primarily responsible for sourcing, inventory and product management in addition to roles in operations, sales and marketing. Brad has enjoyed helping Broner Make a Difference in their customer’s safety programs by finding the most effective solutions for their needs and implementing total cost of ownership programs.

Prior to joining Broner, Brad spent 5 years in the automotive industry with Lear Corporation and International Automotive Components serving in various capacities as a Quality Engineer within the Corporate Quality group.

Brad is an Alumnus of the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University where he earned his B.A. in Supply Chain Management.


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Featured Location

1750 Harmon Road
Auburn Hills , MI , 48326
US


Professional Safety Organizations

  • SafetyNetwork.me

Industry Expertise

  • Chemical/Pharmaceuticals
  • Construction
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Food Services
  • Manufacturing
  • Transport/Distribution

Safety Moments by Brad Rosen

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We had two hours to finish the work. I was stapling springs to the mattress frames as quickly as I could but I was getting frustrated by how stiff my gloves were. I wanted to get the job done and I...
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It was late in my shift and we were running behind. We had set up a concrete cutter to put some contraction joints in for a parking garage. We got notice that a crew was coming to install some safety...

Articles by Brad Rosen

Fall arrest planning means taking into account all possible hazards. Find out safety professionals often overlook.
The price of safety gloves is right there in the catalogue, but you'll have to think harder to figure out the total cost. Learn about the difference here.
OSHA's new silica regulations are coming. Find out what you'll need to do to stay compliant?

Q&A by Brad Rosen

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