Safety E-Quick Tip
OWYN Safety Mgmt Platform
The One and Done Approach -Does It Work?
I want to talk about something really important today: workplace safety. You may have heard some people or even companies say that they only need to focus on safety measures when it’s absolutely necessary.
But let me tell you, that’s a one and done approach that can lead to disaster.
Many companies believe that they should only invest in safety measures when they need to bid on a job or train employees on a specific hazard. Similarly, employees often only think about the hazards they encounter on a day-to-day basis rather than being mindful of other unfamiliar hazards.
But this approach can have a serious impact on the future of the company and their employees.
Here’s the thing: safety is not a one and done kind of deal. It’s an ongoing commitment that requires consistent attention and effort. Ignoring safety measures just because it’s not required or currently relevant can result in catastrophic consequences that nobody wants.
Don’t let the future of your company and your fellow employees be at risk because of a one and done approach to safety.
Investing in safety is not only important for the well-being of you and your employees, but it’s also a smart business decision. A safe work environment can lead to increased productivity and employee morale.
Plus, it’s always better to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to safety.
So, let’s agree to make safety a priority. Remember, safety is not a one and done deal. Keep it in mind every day, not just when you have to. Your future and your employees’ future are worth it.
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For workplace safety to work, you must always keep it top of mind. There’s always a hazard out there just waiting for you to let your guard done.
The one and done approach to workplace safety and compliance makes sense until you have an accident or injury at the workplace. Then we always wish we would have done it differently, but by then it’s too late!
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Thanks for Reading and Please – “Be Safe this Week”.