Certified Crane Care Tech Tip: Get Associated with Productive Safety
Safety isn't the first thing that comes to mind when companies evaluate productivity. Manufacturing is a business with the end goal of making a profit. Successful companies offer products that meet a clients need.
Clients want to purchase quality products. Quality requires precision and accuracy. Accurate time management to maximize the relationship between time and money in manufacturing is akin to breathing for life. Precision produces the quality customers expect when choosing your product. Your commitment to safety requires a formula that maximizes precision and accuracy while protecting your greatest resource, your employees.
Producing the best quality product in the most concise time leaves many companies tempted to cut corners when it comes to safety. DON'T! Being an expert in your product field doesn't mean you're an expert when it comes to safety but associations in your area of manufacturing are waiting to help you be a workplace safety champion. Workplace safety as priority #1 benefits all of your clients and protects your most important asset-- your employees.
Being a member of at least one trade association in your area of manufacturing expertise is a great way to be associated with the vetted safety experts you need. From slings to spreader beams industry specific trade associations exist to help you meet and exceed safety regulations with respect to your bottom line. Productivity driven profit without regard to safety is the first step for many companies toward preventable accidents. Accidents bring investigations by OSHA. Citing for violations carry fines. If you're unable to afford a dedicated safety team department, working with your trade association can help you find the best solution for your companies.
Trade associations exist for networking, training and benefiting the interests of your industry. OSHA has working relationships with associations especially in the manufacturing industries to help companies committed to helping their industry work in safe conditions. Finding ways to meet and exceed safety regulations and standards for your industry benefit your employees, clients, investors and you. Participating in trade associations offers your company immeasurable resources to keep safety as a priority. Here are a few of the organizations beneficial to companies in the overhead crane and material handling industry.
Asking for help in this area may be the difference between investing thousands of dollars in labor, equipment and training in creating a work environment conducive to productive safety or paying thousands in fines. Join at least one trade association dedicated to your industry. Make a profit using productive safety.
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