My top 10 workplace safety tips
If you work for a State Agency looking for better or easier ways to manage environmental, health, and/or safety (EHS) - look no further!
As a safety professional, you’re always on the lookout for ways to improve your workers’ well-being while also staying within your budget. At the same time, your company’s executives and board members aim to push productivity to new heights.
You want to be the person who saves your company money by making clever decisions that stretch dollars to address multiple goals at once. To do this, select safety software that can serve double duty, helping in other facets of your business. You’ll help your company’s bottom line and win your colleagues’ favor.
We’ll give you a quick summary of your safety software’s multi-purpose capability, and why it is the software solution that can provide value for your entire business.
Today we’re talking with Jeff Wagner, the Safety and Regulatory Manager at Schreiber Foods, about his ongoing use of BasicSafe’s integrated safety software. Wagner has been working for Schreiber for over five years, and he’s spent the last two years using BasicSafe for reporting, internal auditing, training and a wide variety of other critical tasks. Learn why he chose the program, how he uses it, and what improvements he’s been able to achieve.
Network access is a common concern among IT admins, not to mention any company that allows its employees to work from home. But it can also be a concern for safety administrators, particularly at companies with multiple worksites, complicated procedures and hundreds or even thousands of employees.
Should you allow everyone to access your safety software? How can you keep personal or sensitive information from getting into the wrong hands? Who should have permission to carry out certain tasks, and how will you ensure that only authorized personnel are conducting audits? These are all critical questions in today’s high-tech safety management environment.
In the rush to get new employees on the floor as quickly as possible, many companies speed through the training process without stopping to consider whether it actually works.
If you’re not effectively training your employees, you’re compromising their safety and putting your company at risk for costly fines.
Does your human resource office feel like a revolving door?
It’s not your imagination: Nearly 25 percent of the working population undergoes some type of orientation process each year due to job transitions, according to the Society for Human Resource Management.
Falls are a leading cause of death for workers, but they are especially common at construction sites.