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Companies that live and breathe safety realize dramatic reductions in employee injuries and loss costs. They know that "safety pays." The savings mean that they won’t need to increase production just to "catch up" to cover expenses associated with injuries and loss time. "Safety pays" is made possible by the front end "defense" and the back end "offense." On the front end, an effective safety management program and improvement process (SIP) helps to mitigate losses from happening in the first place. On the back end – in the event an accident does happen – injured workers continue to work through post-injury management (PIM) programs. Read some "$old on $afety" success stories.
Bakery reduces risk of occupational disease and improves operations.
Occupational health exposures were impacting employees and their working environment. See how this company made improvements to its facility and became Sold on Safety.
Seal and gasket manufacturer reduces workers’ compensation losses by 90% with Ergonomics Improvement Process.
The manufacturing process at the company included many repetitive operations. Musculoskeletal disorders were significant. See how this company implemented ergonomics training to significantly reduce injuries and losses and became Sold on Safety.
Aluminum extruder company reduces losses using SIP.
Using SIP combined with traditional and behavior-based safety methodologies helped this manufacturer build on an existing safety program. See how proven reductions in losses resulted in the company applying the process at additional locations and how they became Sold on Safety.
Construction management firm reduces workers’ compensation costs by 81% with PIM.
An assessment revealed the absence of key components of an effective PIM program. Implementing a formal comprehensive process and response procedure resulted in a dramatic reduction in employee injury costs. See how this company became Sold on Safety.
Fire department reduces lost work days with transitional duty program.
A fire department did not have a process to track injured firefighters. Many who were injured remained out of work for extended periods of time. See how an effective PIM process and transitional duty program helped them to become Sold on Safety.
Retail thrift store reduces workers’ compensation costs by more than 64% with PIM.
A lacking transitional duty program and medical providers who could not speak the native language resulted in frustration and high workers’ compensation costs. See how using the “Corridor of Care” model helped this company see significant savings and be Sold on Safety.