10 Best Practices for a Comprehensive Safety Program
How are you mitigating risks within your organization?
Each day, nearly 13 U.S. workers fail to return home from work. Another 8,200 workers suffer injuries severe enough to be reported to OSHA, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
These safety failures impose high costs on businesses. OSHA estimates that companies pay $1 billion per week for direct workers’ compensation costs. Make sure these 10 best practices are included in your strategy to reduce your risk.
What You’ll Find Inside
The three principles of a safe staffing program, like employee commitment of safety and utilization of safety data
10 best practices, like utilizing performance scorecards and providing comprehensive training, to uphold these key safety principles
How to develop a comprehensive approach to workplace safety that aims to reduce the number of injuries and ensures compliance to mitigate risk