Creating a Safe Work Environment
In order to help prevent workplace injuries as well as promote productivity, employers should ensure that their particular workplace is safe for everyone. Following specific state and national regulations is imperative to creating a suitable environment; additionally, depending on the nature of a company’s work, certain businesses must follow specific building codes. All of these requirements are put in place with safety in mind and should be followed closely.
How to Maintain a Safe Work Environment
In addition to protecting everyone from injuries, following regulations within your specific building and company easily maximizes employee productivity and company profits. The following list contains some characteristics of safe work environments, specifically in warehouses and factories:
- Eliminating physical hazards, such as cords and hanging objects
- Careful storage and handling of flammable or hazardous chemicals
- Encouraging hourly breaks and a full lunch hour
- Clearly marking all equipment and potential hazards
In addition to following workplace safety standards, implementing functional employment testing could make a positive impact on your business’s productivity. Programs such as firm-name], with an organized business model and methods that promote return on investment, are important in finding employees that are qualified and equipped to contribute to your company’s success.
Contact a WorkSTEPS Representative Today
If you’d like more information on how your business could benefit from functional employment testing and other screening programs, a professional from WorkSTEPS would be glad to speak with you. Call us today at (512) 617-4100 to learn more about what our company can offer yours.