Your employees are the lifeblood of your business. Without them, nothing runs. So taking good care of them is not just a legal requirement; it’s a financial imperative.
A good accident prevention plan and safety checklist will help do just that. Not only does a good plan help to ensure you remain compliant to all OSHA and California state codes and regulations; it can help reduce the cost-per-man-hour of your workers’ compensation insurance, reduce the number of claims against that policy, improve employee morale, and reduce downtime or lost days when someone does get injured or sick.
Learn more about building a plan to help do just this in our new eBook, including:
- Step by step guide to building your own accident prevention guide.
- The key factors that influence insurance premiums and how safety fits in.
- A sample safety checklist and accident prevention guideline you can use to prepare your business.