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Terry Creason

National Sales Manager
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About Terry Creason

Terry is one of Wise Safety & Environmental’s National Sales Managers, managing its midwest & eastern branch locations. He has been in the safety industry for 30 years.

He started in customer service for PPE and Abatement products. Later he went into sales specializing in Industrial Hygiene equipment and services. He has undergone training by all the leading gas detection and breathing air manufacturers, such as Honeywell Analytics, 3M, Scott, Industrial Scientific, MSA, Sensidyne, Drager, RKI and RAE.

Terry has been a member of AIHA (American Industrial Hygiene Association) and ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers) for many years, serving on the AIHA board as treasurer for two years and as director for three years.

In 2015 Terry became a National Sales Manager—Eastern Region and in addition to national accounts, leads 12 salespeople at five branch locations. He continues to lead in the Wise Safety Confined Space and Gas Detection fields. Terry is also a key coordinator for the annual National Sales Meeting, where all the company’s salespeople come together for training, encouragement and team-building.

Success Stories

I cold called on a customer in St. Louis and built some rapport and I actively listened to customers answers to my questions. I set a follow-up appointment up for the following week. I delivered a couple of solutions to the challenges they were facing along with a few product samples. The customer was happy with the samples and he converted his business over to our company. The customer is now one of my largest customers. At an Oil & Gas producer, I helped implement a safety campaign at their site. We were able to help consolidate their promotional spend, as well as giving them more options to choose from!

What makes me a great Safety Equipment Expert

I work hard to actively listen to my customers challenges and work to provide the customer with the best solution that makes good sense to them. There are always newer and better ways to keep people safe, technology changes, materials, I am staying on top of all that and attending training classes that are available from my suppliers so I can pass that information on to my customers. We don't want to just sell you products, we want to sell you solutions that work for you and your company. We go above and beyond every day to find products & solutions that are a perfect fit for each individual and company.

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11022 Linpage Place
St. Louis , MO , 63132
US


Certificates & Training

  • OSHA 30 Construction
  • OHSAS 18001
  • QSSP

Professional Safety Organizations

  • AIHA ST. LOUIS SECTION
  • ASSE ST. LOUIS SECTION
  • ASSE NATIONAL MEMBER

Product Expertise

  • Emergency Response
  • Gas Detection
  • HAZMAT

Industry Expertise

  • Aerospace
  • Agriculture
  • Chemical/Pharmaceuticals
  • Construction
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Food Services
  • Manufacturing
  • Public Service/Safety

Safety Moments by Terry Creason

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Working in a couple of confined spaces last year for the local utility company, I overheard others complaining about the extensive preparation that the work permits required. "We have reviewed...
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I had just started my first day at a new job in the warehouse of a packaging company. My job was to move skids of shrinkwrapped packaging materials and put them in the storage areas. My trainer...

Articles by Terry Creason

Learn what makes a good muster point and how to find the ideal location for your crew during an emergency.
You should do more with your DART rate than just submit it to OSHA. Find out how to calculate it and what you can learn from it.
Oily waste is hazardous to human health and the natural environment. Find out how to handle, transport, and dispose of it safely.

Q&A by Terry Creason

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