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Lone Worker Safety - The Profitable Thing to do

Blackline Safety Leader in Connected Gas Detection & Lone Worker Safety June 21, 2016


Over the last few decades, developed countries have been part of a concrete legislative and social push toward improving lone worker safety standards for employees in the workplace. Employers are responsible for providing safe and secure workplaces for their personnel.

Blog-Images-manufacturing3-1According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) under the U.S. Department of Labor, “Establishing a safety and health program to prevent occupational injuries and illnesses is not only the right thing to do, it’s the profitable thing to do. Studies have shown a $4 to $6 return for every dollar invested in safety and health.”

OSHA also indicates “only about 30 percent of businesses have established safety and health programs. About half of the 95 million workers who would be covered under an OSHA safety and health program standard don’t have that protection today.”

Understanding that every dollar spent offers a return of up to six times the original cost supports the importance of investing in safety.

When safety becomes the top priority, traditional safety programs are maximized and safety monitoring technology is implemented, industry will have done the best it can to ensure that every employee returns home safely each day. Every organization has the power to make that happen.

Find out how your organization can reduce costs, save money and learn more about the ROI from investing in lone worker safety monitoring solutions. Download the infographic today.

Lone worker safety — the profitable thing to do is invest.= in your must valuable asset, your employees.


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