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Safety Compliance: What You Need to Know about Safety Legislation to Achieve and Improve Workplace Safety
Employers and management teams juggle many priorities in their organizations. An often over-looked and under-prioritized area can be workplace safety. Although health and safety managers are tasked with overseeing this, all employees, including employers and management, should have workplace safety in the forefront of their minds as they perform their day-to-day tasks.
As identified in our previous blog, Worker Safety and the Cost of Ignoring It, companies in Ontario alone paid out over $52 million for work-related compensation and other losses in 2015. Workplace injuries result in hundreds of deaths and hundreds of thousands of lost-time from work. To combat these statistics, safety legislation is in place to ensure that companies across Canada are taking preventative steps to reduce workplace safety hazards.
Safety compliance can be tricky as occupational health and safety regulations can vary by jurisdiction. However, most basic elements are the same. It is crucial for employers, managers, health and safety managers and employees to know their rights and responsibilities in order for the organization to achieve safety compliance and reduce the risk of injuries.
Find out more about workplace safety compliance in Canada…read more
When prioritizing cutting costs of tools and equipment, many buyers look to cut upfront costs – reducing the cost per piece for initial purchase. Unfortunately, this short-term thinking could end up costing your company more in the long run. Purchasing cheap tools is not as cheap as you think.
Choosing products based on the cheapest price is not always the right choice for your business. Instead, it is crucial to ensure you are securing the correct products – quality tools and equipment – for your business at price and service levels that help you increase profit and production efficiency while ensuring worker safety. Focus on the bigger financial picture – not just the upfront product cost.
If optimizing costs is a priority for your company, you should consider the cost of purchasing cheap tools vs. shifting to a long-term focus and purchasing private label quality tools. This could help you reduce long-term costs and improve production efficiency and worker safety.read more
All employers know that workplace safety is important for their organization. Injuries to workers can mean losing your workers – short or long-term – which results in reduced worker productivity and employee morale. It can also result in increased employee turnover and business disruption. There are obvious costs like medical expenses but many employers underestimate the sizable impact of indirect worker injury costs.
Employees are a company’s most valuable resource, so it is important to focus safety compliance. Organizations want to keep their employees safe and healthy. In an industrial environment, it is particularly crucial as risks of workplace injuries are high and impact to the injured worker, their family, and the organization can be costly – both emotionally and financially.
So, what are the real costs of worker injuries?
Read on to get tips to improve worker safety…read more