Every seven seconds, a worker is injured on the job1. Injuries expose companies to direct costs that accumulate rapidly and indirect costs with lasting effects. Taking a proactive approach is key to injury prevention, rather than playing damage control. Following OSHA’s recommended practices can find and fix hazards before they cause injury or illness, potentially saving you millions.
Not sure where to begin with your safety program? Want to make sure you are covering all your safety bases?
Join Senior EHS Consultant Rick Gehrke for a complimentary webinar discussing:
- Proactive approaches to managing workplace safety and health
- How to conduct a compliance assessment
- How to calculate direct and indirect costs associated with specific injuries
- Examples of successful Occupational Safety and Health programs
1 National Safety Council