Is your company employing the most effective strategies to guarantee the well-being of your lone workers?

Some examples:

  • Truck drivers
  • Plumbers & Electricians
  • Construction workers
  • Warehouse workers
  • Maintenance workers
  • Plant workers

44% of these lone workers have experienced feelings of self-doubt during their work hours.

Of those 44%, nearly 20% have faced difficulties in seeking assistance following a work-related incident.

"Establishing a clear definition of lone workers within your organization is critical", says Andrew Woods, Chief Development Officer. "Our partners have armed their employees with the ability to perform a virtual assessment immediately! This additional level of assurance that their employers value their workforce"

Let us not forget, that there are several other costs involved when an accident occurs on a job site:

  • Work efficiency almost immediately decreases
  • Insurance costs go up
  • legal risks become more significant

Workplace Safety is not just a moral and legal obligation but a strategic investment. Sometimes safety can be an afterthought.  Investing in safety before an incident occurs has an ROI of $2 saved for every $1 spent on safety.

Ready to talk about how our team can help drastically reduce your recordable injuries, lost-time, and high costs due to unnecessary ER visits? Let's chat!

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