Jerry W. Robertson Home Page


I'm glad you stopped in on your cyberspace journey.  I live in the outskirts of Clinton Tennessee, about one hour from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and thirty minutes from Knoxville, home of the University of Tennessee and the National Football Champions in 1998.  I am still waiting for the next championship...  I have two children and have been with my Bride since 1972.


The purpose of my site is to address the Sir Name "Robertson" and to post information that interests me.  I have not decided on a specific theme yet so I have a hodgepodge of "stuff".  Anyway, I hope it assist others who may venture here in their cyber-space journey.

Safety Professional:

The Number One Gateway to the World Wide Web for Safety and Health Information Resources is Osh.Net .  Jerry Robertson founded Osh.Net in 1997.  WorkCare™ has operated the site since March 2000.  I am a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) in Comprehensive Practice.  If you are interested in what a CSP is, check the Board of Certified Safety Professionals Website.

I believe integrity above all is demanded by the safety profession. In fact, integrity should be demanded by all professions and relationships.  Those that build their professional reputation on merit of service and strive for continuous self-development are beneficial to employees, their employer and other relationships.  Check The American Society of Safety Engineers 


I consider myself to be very patriotic and proudly served in the U.S. Army from January 1969 to November 1971.  After basic and advance training I was stationed in South Korea.  I volunteered for Vietnam and was assigned to the 23rd Americal Infantry Division.   My base camp was a Forward Fire Base called LZ Stinson.  I am a Service-Connected Disabled Veteran and received two Bronze Stars Medals.  I still think about my "brothers" in the "Nam".  Check the photos section for pictures taken in Vietnam during my tour-of-duty.

Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution:

The Right of the people to keep and bear arms is a fundamental American Right.  I think this right demands a great responsibility on the individual.  The U.S. Constitution, Amendment II (also known as the Second Amendment) states "A well-regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed".   Also known as The Right to Bear Arms.

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