Top Causes of Manufacturing Injuries
100,000+ manufacturing workers suffer a job-related injury each year.*
Many companies have key employees with specialized skills who cannot be easily replaced. A single worker missing a day or more of work due to injury or illness can have a significant operational and financial impact on your manufacturing business.
Workplace Safety is Key
A proactive strategy to prevent on-the-job injuries can help protect against disruptions and high costs associated with the absence or loss of a critical employee. Help avoid these top 5 workplace injuries by creating a culture of safety that lets employees know that taking precautions is a top priority.
Download our "Beware of Bottlenecks in Manufacturing" white paper to learn more about managing these and other risks in the manufacturing supply chain.
*Source: National Safety Council Injury Facts ® 2013 Edition
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