From electricians to pipefitters, construction workers of every stripe need to know their helmet from their high-impact boots. Most are aware of the risks and appreciate an employer who puts worker safety at the top of the priority list. It’s good for morale and productivity, and it’s the only way to shore up your profit line. “Businesses spend $170 billion a year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses — expenditures that come straight out of company profits,” OSHA says.
The bottom line? A safe workplace saves lives and saves money.
This ebook walks you through the most common (and costly) hazards in the construction industry. It provides budget-friendly tips and strategies so you can manage and stay ahead of the requirements.