Top 3 Ways to Increase Worker Safety


Many jobs are dangerous, but injury or illness in the work place has decreased. In 1972 10.9 out of every 100 people had a workplace injury or illness. In 2011, that number had decreased to 3.4 out of every 100 people. That large drop is largely due to increased regulations and better equipment. Better rigging supplies and rigging equipment combined with OSHA fall protection training have increased worker safety on some of the most dangerous jobs. Here’s 3 ways to increase worker safety.

1. Plan, provide, train. OSHA recommends these three steps when preparing a new worksite. Since accidents can happen in the blink of an eye, the proper protections against them must be in place. Rigging equipment, including Dayton, Continue reading