How Safety Programs Can Improve Your Bottom Line

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Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) statistics clearly illustrate how workplace safety and health management systems can dramatically reduce injury and illness expenses. Unfortunately, record-breaking inflation can make these potential safety-related savings the difference between profits and losses. When evaluating the costs associated with safety, consider the following OSHA statistics:

  • U.S. employers pay nearly $1 billion per week for direct workers’ compensation costs.
  • Injuries and illnesses directly increase workers’ compensation and retraining costs.
  • Lost productivity from injuries and illnesses costs companies roughly $63 billion each year.

To help battle inflation’s impact on your bottom line, you must first understand how safety programs can help your business survive.

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