It Pays to be Dedicated to On-the-Job Safety Practices

You may not have the resources to employ a safety supervisor, but no company can afford to ignore safety training

It Pays to be Dedicated to On-the-Job Safety Practices

 If you don’t have a dedicated safety manager, make safety a part of regularly scheduled meetings. Jason Lohoff of Master Rooter handles different safety topics during his weekly meeting with technicians, focusing on the jobs lined up for that week.

There is no picture-perfect template for managing a safety program. Everything that makes your company unique provides a reason to develop a safety strategy to fit your team. There is one thing that’s true of every company: Someone needs to take charge.

Having a dedicated safety...

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