James Palcik has dedicated his career to the K20 educational market working for well-known science education companies in multiple roles from sales, marketing and ultimately in executive leadership. Additionally he is the lead author of 3 science and STEM lab safety books for the Council of State Science Supervisors and a contributor on multiple Chemical Hygiene Plans and Safety Manuals for school districts as well as being the Safety Reviewer for the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.
James has been a known influencer in the area of safety education for decades and has appeared on well over 60 podcasts and written hundreds of recognized articles on science education, safety and better professional practices in Science, STEM, and CTE many which are located on edCircuit.com while being a featured speaker or keynote presenter at educational and OH&S conferences across the continent. James is also the host of ‘Safer-Ed’ webcast series that showcases different strategies and methods to make our schools safer.
Choosing a partner. Growing a partnership with Science Safety and James Palcik
Choosing a vendor partner is one of the most essential and valued choices that you can make. True partnerships are grown through commitment, understanding, and support of one another. That is the Science Safety promise, and James’s personal promise, to you. From the value we bring, we want to earn the opportunity to be called your professional science-education partners.
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James has worked with your school district, and many others, for over 20 years. Throughout his career, he has assembled a wide range of experiences and science solutions working directly with teachers and with district leaders. In addition to all the services and resources available from Science Safety, James can provide personalized and on-site assistance to help you achieve your professional goals.
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