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4 Things Every Business Owner Needs to Know About Safety

The 4 Things You Should Know to Get Serious About Safety

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There are 3 million workplace injuries and illnesses reported every year in the U.S. Three Million. Let that sink in for a minute...

Three million people get hurt at work in the United States every year. Isn’t the United States supposed to be one of the safest places to work? What is going on?!

We can all answer that…. Safety takes time. Safety takes money. Safety takes resources. Safety has rules. People just need to use some common sense, right?

Small business owners don’t have time, money and resources. They have bills to pay, paychecks to hand out, and clients waiting for the job to get done. >> and we understand, we get it.

Amazing people are working hard every day to make the U.S. a great place to live. Everyone is just trying to do a good job, earn an honest living, and go home to their families at night.

But what we KNOW is that the every business owner will PROFIT by making sure that Safety becomes an integral, non-negotiable part of every team member’s life on the job.

We know this. We have seen it time and time again, and it always works. GOOD SAFETY = PROFIT On the flip-side? Poor safety = loss.

The elements of management commitment and employee involvement are complementary and form the core of any occupational safety and health program. Quote by OSHA.

Safety, often thought of as a luxury that only large construction firms and manufacturing plants can afford, is needed at every stage in the life of every business. This means that the founder, owner or president should be informed and engaged in worker safety and set the tone for the importance of workplace safety for their specific business.

But where do you get started? A few toolbox talks here and there? There’s a little more to it than that, but that is a great start.

OSHA has put a lot of research into this area and they have come up with the top 4 things every business needs to start with when they are thinking about getting serious about safety.

Quote by OSHA says, Effective management actively analyzes the work and worksite to anticipate and prevent harmful occurrences.

To find out what these 4 steps are and what you can do TODAY to start realizing the financial profits of a successful safety program, download our free gift today.

Your company and your crews are worth it. And it really is free. It literally costs you nothing to know what to do next.

This free report is in PDF format and provides detailed information you can use today on the 4 secrets you need to know to ensure your safety program is a success.

Here is what you will learn:

  • How can I create a successful safety culture for my company that will help us prosper without risking the health of our employees?
  • Why is my company missing the mark on safety?
  • How can I find a blueprint to success in safety?
  • What are the four key areas of safety that owners, contractors, and managers like me really need to pay attention to?
  • What does a successful safety program look like for a company like mine?
  • Is safety just a slogan or can I really make a difference?
  • What does OSHA recommend?
OSHA Quote: Employers should establish procedures to correct or control present or potential hazards in a timely manner.

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