Four ways your company benefits when you do regular safety inspections
Do you consider health and safety a tedious chore?
You shouldn't. Yes, it may cost you some time and money, but your company benefits from it in so many ways.
For example, when you do simple and regular safety inspections your company can reap tones of benefits. These stretch from easier maintenance to avoiding DoL fines.
Still not convinced?
Well maybe this will do the trick. Here are the four big benefits your company can gain from simple safety inspections...
Here are the four big benefits your company can gain from regular safety inspections
Benefit #1: Improved employee compliance
Trying to get your employees to comply with your health and safety rules can feel like pulling teeth. If you do regular safety inspections, this becomes easier because you can constantly monitor whether or not your employees are following the rules.
Benefit #2: Money saved on equipment maintenance
If you don't check your machinery and equipment regularly, it may develop bigger and bigger problems. This means when you actually get round to doing maintenance on them, it'll cost you a fortune. With regular safety inspections, you can find these problems early and save money by only doing small fixing jobs.
Benefit #3: Create a good rapport with your employees
If your employees see you do these inspections regularly they'll realise you're serious about keeping them safe. If you ask them about possible problems during these inspections they also feel needed and valued.
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*Knock knock* The Labour Inspector arrives unannounced… are you ready?
If you operate any machinery in your workplace, GMR Schedule D or C must be in clear view for employees to see. This will be the first thing the inspector will look out for when he's paying an unscheduled visit to your workplace. If you are missing these summaries, he will slap you with a fine. Don't get caught without them.
Benefit #4: Avoid trouble with the DoL
If a DoL inspector stops by to do a safety inspection or compliance audit, you know what he will and won't find. But more importantly, you can ensure your health and safety programme is 100% compliant long before the inspector turns up. This can help you avoid problems such as monitory penalties, prohibitions, a company shut down or even jail time.
You see, health and safety is a good thing all round. It keeps your employees in one piece and your company out of trouble.
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