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safety tips that impact business: simple ways safety can cut costs & improve productivity

When it comes to improving company profitability, workplace safety isn't usually the topic that springs to mind. However, given the impact that an effective workplace safety strategy can have on cost and productivity, it should be. Below, we've outlined 5 areas where you can improve workplace safety, and make a business impact.  

where to start

While the term safety culture has become synonymous with organizations that are leaders in providing a safe workplace, the truth is that all companies have a safety culture, regardless of whether it is positive or negative, strong or weak, healthy or unhealthy. Within your safety culture should be a proactive safety plan that addresses lifting, ergonomics, slips, trips, falls and heat stress. Our videos, infographics and whitepapers detail how you can create a stronger workplace safety culture.

safety culture

Safety culture can be defined as the shared beliefs, attitudes and practices that determine the performance of an organization’s safety and health management. 

video and infographics: workplace safety culture

safe lifting

Maintaining a safe working environment is every employer’s responsibility, and an ongoing safety education program not only communicates safe lifting techniques but also demonstrates the value of lifting safely — and the pain of not. 

video: lifting 
infographic: make lifting right from the start 
whitepaper: how to avoid everyday risks

ergonomics

Improper ergonomics can turn into painful realities for workers and painful operational and financial consequences for employers. Create and reinforce employee awareness about ergonomic safety and, in the process, become “ergonomically correct.” 

video: ergonomic safety tips 
infographic: ergonomic safety 
whitepaper: is your company ergonomically correct?

slips, trips and falls

A proactive safety plan that specifically addresses slips, trips and falls not only enhances worker safety, but also adds a layer of protection to a company’s bottom line. Eliminating this risk can directly impact workers’ compensation payments, government fines or costly equipment/facility remediation requirements. 

video: make a plan 
infographic: how can you avoid slips, trips & falls? 
whitepaper: why should you talk slips, trips & falls?

winter safety tips

Winter is here, and so is the potential for slips, trips, and falls. The inevitable winter ice and snow just makes a more hazardous environment that increases the risk of injuries. 

infographic: winter safety tips

heat stress

Heat stress occurs when the body is unable to regulate itself by sweating and the core body temperature rises to critical levels. It is a medical emergency that can lead to heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heat stroke and in severe cases, death.

video: summer safety 101: heat stress 
infographic: heat stress

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workplace safety tips.

Posted by Skyler Moss on Aug 8, 2018 10:10:44 AM
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safety tips that impact business: simple ways safety can cut costs & improve productivity

When it comes to improving company profitability, workplace safety isn't usually the topic that springs to mind. However, given the impact that an effective workplace safety strategy can have on cost and productivity, it should be. Below, we've outlined 5 areas where you can improve workplace safety, and make a business impact.  

where to start

While the term safety culture has become synonymous with organizations that are leaders in providing a safe workplace, the truth is that all companies have a safety culture, regardless of whether it is positive or negative, strong or weak, healthy or unhealthy. Within your safety culture should be a proactive safety plan that addresses lifting, ergonomics, slips, trips, falls and heat stress. Our videos, infographics and whitepapers detail how you can create a stronger workplace safety culture.

safety culture

Safety culture can be defined as the shared beliefs, attitudes and practices that determine the performance of an organization’s safety and health management. 

video and infographics: workplace safety culture

safe lifting

Maintaining a safe working environment is every employer’s responsibility, and an ongoing safety education program not only communicates safe lifting techniques but also demonstrates the value of lifting safely — and the pain of not. 

video: lifting 
infographic: make lifting right from the start 
whitepaper: how to avoid everyday risks

ergonomics

Improper ergonomics can turn into painful realities for workers and painful operational and financial consequences for employers. Create and reinforce employee awareness about ergonomic safety and, in the process, become “ergonomically correct.” 

video: ergonomic safety tips 
infographic: ergonomic safety 
whitepaper: is your company ergonomically correct?

slips, trips and falls

A proactive safety plan that specifically addresses slips, trips and falls not only enhances worker safety, but also adds a layer of protection to a company’s bottom line. Eliminating this risk can directly impact workers’ compensation payments, government fines or costly equipment/facility remediation requirements. 

video: make a plan 
infographic: how can you avoid slips, trips & falls? 
whitepaper: why should you talk slips, trips & falls?

winter safety tips

Winter is here, and so is the potential for slips, trips, and falls. The inevitable winter ice and snow just makes a more hazardous environment that increases the risk of injuries. 

infographic: winter safety tips

heat stress

Heat stress occurs when the body is unable to regulate itself by sweating and the core body temperature rises to critical levels. It is a medical emergency that can lead to heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heat stroke and in severe cases, death.

video: summer safety 101: heat stress 
infographic: heat stress

Topics: industry:manufacturing & logistics, phase:awareness