Workplace safety is for everyone, not just manufacturing facilities. There are job hazards at every business. Understanding the possibility of these hazards is job one to having a safe work environment. Depending on the environment and the entity, hazards include chemicals, electrical, ergonomics, excavation, explosion, falls, fire, mechanical, noise, radiatkion, struck by (falling objects), temperatrue extreme, visibilty and weather (all listed by nonprofitrisk.org). The above list are basically everyday hazards, and there is more! What about Bloodborne pathogen exposure? Failing equipment in facilities (elevators, roofs) or confined spaces (more airborne hazards). Could be construciton, or a lack of drug free workplace, or electrical safety. You or your employee could get hurt just working at your computer (ergonomics). There is food safety from the cafeteria, or toxic substances, or housekeeping (mold and mildew), or off-site issues, or power tools, or security or stress or workplace violence….WHEW!
Are you ready for all that? Is there an emergency plan in place? Is there training in place? Is there a safety program in place? Do you even have a trainer? If so, are you measuring performance? It’s ok, because we are here to help. This is what we do. Call us and lets talk about training and compliance. This is what we do, so you can do what you do.