5 Questions to Ask About Workplace Safety
February 20, 2017
One of the most important responsibilities you have as a business owner is to provide a safe work environment for your employees. Workplace safety becomes even more necessary the longer your company is in operation. Whether your business depends on hard labor or requires desk duty, you need a strategy for maintaining a safe environment.
Could Working with Health and Safety Consultants Save You Money?
September 11, 2014
No matter the size or sector of your business, having a health and safety management system in place to ensure a safe work environment for your employees is a prime concern. Who you hire to oversee policies and procedures, as well as accident prevention, needs to have knowledge on safety regulations, OSHA requirements, and have contacts with industry regulatory agencies.
Workplace Safety and Workers’ Compensation
September 4, 2014
If you run a business that employs even one single individual, workplace safety needs to be a top priority. An injured employee who gets hurt on the job can lead to a range of problems, including lawsuits and potential criminal charges in cases involving negligence.
Safety Management 101: What Every Small Business Needs to Know
July 18, 2014
As an employer, it's your responsibility to provide a safe working environment. This is for humanitarian purposes first and foremost, but it also makes good business sense. You'll find that you limit your liability, and therefore improve your bottom line, with fewer workplace accidents.
3 Ways Effective Safety Management Makes Your Business More Profitable
April 24, 2014
A good safety management program for your business not only makes you a good citizen, it also makes your business more profitable. Safety management is a business process that identifies and mitigates extant safety threats within a company.
6 Sobering Facts on Workplace Safety
April 18, 2014
It's possible that you're a business owner who has heard the phrase “workplace safety” to the point of overexposure. Perhaps, as a result, you've resorted to tuning it out. That doesn't mean that the underlying purpose behind the phrase isn't important.