Workplace Safety Training Impacts the Bottom Line

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By Lauren Perfetto August 29, 2016 1764 Views Leave a comment Go to comments

Keeping a business afloat can be a challenge in today’s economy. With September being National Preparedness Month, e-conolight wanted to share some tips on keeping your employees safe on the job site, while maintaining your bottom line. 

 Part of maintaining a positive income means understanding what adds to -- and takes away from -- your bottom line. One of the most important aspects of maintaining a profitable and reputable business is minimizing risk. Workplace safety training can significantly impact the amount of risk you, your employees, and your company are exposed to.  

 Although OSHA’s guidelines for workplace safety are a good place to start, formalized training is well worth the investment. It can offer a great deal of informational and practical benefits, all of which lead to your bottom line.

 

Consider Capitalizing on the Following:

Workplace Safety Training

Reduce insurance costs and potential liabilities by participating in & offering safety training.

Certification

Certify your business from an accredited workplace safety trainer. This gives customers peace of mind & shows your employees you care about their safety.

Further Education

Stay up-to-date on codes & OSHA regulations.

 

 

Whether you’re looking to gain customer confidence, add to your existing knowledge base, reduce insurance premiums, or simply improve the quality of your employment space, workplace safety training should be a focal point of every electrical contractor’s business plan. Consider it the ultimate value for solidifying your bottom line.

 

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