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Kids Day – 3-30-14

Heritage Contract Flooring participated in the 32nd year of The Buffalo News’ annual Kids Day fundraising effort, which over the years has raised more than $4.2 million for children all across Western New York. The proceeds from the special edition of The Buffalo News’ benefited Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, the Robert Warner MD Center for Children with Special Needs, and Children’s Charities of Western New York.
Variety Four Family Lounge – 2-14-14

This family lounge will provide a comfortable space for families whose children receive services on the Hematology/Oncology Unit — at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. Heritage Contract Flooring worked with Interface Carpet to donate the material and labor for this very special room.
Food Bank of WNY – 11-27-13

Thank you to everyone at Heritage for helping donate $150 to the Food Bank of WNY.
CEU Luncheon at UB Planning & Design – 10-29-13

Meet the Antron® Brand. We Make Fiber Matter.

We get how you use carpet. We understand the needs of the people and businesses who make, work on, buy, and use carpet. We help their carpet live up to its fullest potential by offering high-performing carpet fiber and expert guidance on when and where to use it. We optimize the total carpet experience by making carpet look better longer, minimizing maintenance and simplifying the specifying and buying process. We don’t make the carpet, but Antron® fiber is the starting line to uncommon carpet.
GHS Safety Training – 10-13-13

HazCom GHS stands for the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals. It was originally proposed in 1992 at the “Earth Summit” in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and now after several years of development it is an international agreement brokered through the United Nations.

The HazCom GHS is a system to standardize the way hazardous materials are classified. The idea is that the same criteria will be used all over the world to determine if a material is flammable, toxic or corrosive, and so on. We are then assured that if a material is considered toxic in China it will also be so in the USA, Europe, Brazil, and elsewhere around the globe.

The HazCom GHS also harmonizes the way hazards are communicated by means of Warning Labels and Safety Data Sheets.

Before the HazCom GHS, different countries each had their own standards for determining what was hazardous and each had its own unique system for communicating these hazards. This created confusion and expense for companies manufacturing, using, and selling their products across national borders, further requiring that each chemical be re-classified for that specific market. The HazCom GHS is intended to replace these multiple systems with a single unified approach.

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SMSD Golf Tournament – 9-16-13

St. Mary’s School for the Deaf (SMSD) is a private, state-supported school that serves deaf and hard of hearing children from infancy through age 21. There is no tuition charge for New York State residents. SMSD has been the primary source of quality education utilizing the full spectrum of communication modes since 1853.

SMSD has had many proud achievements, the most prestigious being the school’s recent national award of Full Accreditation by the Conference of Educational Administrators of Schools for the Deaf (CEASD). Other proud accomplishments include starting one of the nation’s first pre-schools for the deaf, SMSD’s unique Teacher Preparation Program where college students become qualified to work in any school for the deaf in the country, the school’s state-of-the-art technology which enhances student learning, and its hands-on job readiness programs.
Kaleida Classic – 7-29-13

Kaleida Health Foundation

The Kaleida Health Foundation, by fostering charitable relationships and increasing philanthropy, supports Kaleida Health in its mission to advance the health of our community every day through exceptional care, education, and research.

With 10,000 employees, Kaleida Health is Western New York’s largest employer and largest provider of health services. More than one million patient visits are recorded annually at Kaleida Health’s Buffalo General Hospital, DeGraff Memorial Hospital, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital, Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital, and Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. The not-for-profit family of health care companies also includes the Deaconess Center and Waterfront long-term care facilities, plus the nation’s oldest – and original – Visiting Nursing Association.
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