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Safety plans are a wise move for businesses

25th July 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

It is a wise move for companies to establish a safety plan for their operations, an expert has urged.

John Meola, occupational safety & health manager with the Louis Berger Group, believes that there are numerous consequences of not adhering to safety standards, including injuries, missed schedules and low staff morale.

"On the average jobsite, there are usually a lot of ways to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. Just be sure that employee safety is not one of them," Mr Meola went on to say.

He suggested that studies over the years have found that the ramifications of not taking safety importantly will outweigh the "paltry savings in time and hardware".

Measures such as warning signs could make a big difference to the safety of staff and Mr Meola recently claimed that safety plans should match up to companies' level of risk exposure.

As well as this, he stressed that managers are responsible for their company's safety performanceADNFCR-2754-ID-801414702-ADNFCR


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