Safety 2017: Why Managers Must Address Workplace Safety and Compliance The ASSE has plans in place to organize the 2017 Professional Development Conference and Exposition. Plenty of interested parties are expected to show up at the event where workplace safety techniques, technologies, and experiences will be shared. You may be a policy drafter, supervisor, or personnel with interest in the topic of Occupational Safety and Health, and this year’s ASSE safety conference offers a chance for you to expand your capacities, interact with peers, and get inspired. The conference is an educational event at which the most distinguished speakers will converge, and where you have a chance to attend strategic sessions dealing with the latest trends and topics. Certainly, you’ll be inspired with up-to-date information covering the most recent developments on OSH strategies, skills, and innovations. Over 4,000 of your peers are expected to show up, but why is does the subject of workplace safety continue to command so much attention today? Addressing workplace safety standards and policies results in a win/win scenario for all stakeholders, whether personnel, supervisors, or company owners. But OSH compliance requirements keep evolving as industries grow and workplace environments change, so it’s important to keep abreast of the latest developments. A boost in turnover and decline in absenteeism is a major advantage of following OSH policies. A reduction in operational costs is witnessed as productivity increases.
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Staff morale has been shown to increase with a safer workplace environment. When employees work under higher morale levels, they’re able to better cope with stress and change. For sure, improved morale will make employees more productive, creating a more functional workplace environment.
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When all OSH procedures and requirements are observed at the workplace, there will be fewer incidences of on-the-job injuries, and that’s very important for continuity of workplace operations as well as the minimization of compensation costs. If an employee is injured while on the job, their employer is required to cover their medical costs and continue to pay their salaries during hospitalization and recovery, which really does hurt the bottom line. Worse still, an injured employee will be unable to work, so productivity will be affected too. Addressing OSH correctly results in a lower rate of incidences, leading to reduced costs of healthcare and insurance. As an employer, you’ll enjoy less exposure to the possibility of paying fines or incurring litigation costs. An employer earns a good reputation as corporate member by creating an OSH-friendly image. This is great for public relations. Additionally, your business will be able to attract and retain more skilled personnel and customers. The 2017 Professional Development Conference & Exposition is just about to happen, and it provides a chance for you to update yourself on the latest in terms of OSH compliance.