Are Your Older Workers Safe on the Job?
What are you doing to keep older workers safe? Many employers don’t take the proper precautions to ensure the 50+ demographic can perform their duties without risk. If this is the case at your business, it could lead to higher workers’ compensation insurance costs and other expenses.
What You Need to Know About Mobile Equipment Safety
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), almost one in four struck-by-vehicle deaths involve construction workers. Moreover, 75 percent of struck-by fatalities in general involve heavy equipment such as trucks or cranes.
Team Up with Telematics
Many businesses are seeing auto insurance rate increases of up to 25 percent. Is your business one of them? Fleet management systems have the potential to help combat rising insurance rates associated with collisions and the related costs.
Wear Your Way to Safety
Wearables are making a significant splash in the market. In addition to traditional safety equipment, they present the opportunity to improve safety and efficiency, while reducing injuries and enhancing quality of life for construction workers. This technology is in the early stages, however, it shows tremendous promise for companies seeking to improve critical areas that drive efficiency, profitability and safety.