Safety and health hazards exist all around us, but it is our daily approach to these that determines the outcome.
Safety is a responsibility, one that takes cooperation from everyone involved with the organization. It requires a team effort from three key sources – the employer, the employee, and your safety specialist.
With a managed safety program, employers are able to provide their employees with consistent access to safety and health products, which helps increase overall health, morale, and productivity.
In addition to providing safety-minded uniforms, we also offer clients a value-added service of first aid supply inventory management. We help clients improve their safe work environment with regularly scheduled visits to restock, remove expired products, and organize first aid supplies.
“It’s our job to know what’s happening in the industry,” President of CITY Colin Wetlaufer said. “We have good, active partnerships with leaders in this industry as well as other vendors so that we can stay on top of the latest trends.”
It is not only important for a company as a whole to stay up to date with safety protocols, but it is also beneficial to have someone on your team that is focused solely on safety.
“I have been asked what is the difference between myself and some kid down the street,” Kevin Wormwood, CITY’s first aid specialist said, “The difference is I want to know about it all. I want to be the person you can turn to with first aid concerns and responsibilities.”
Al has earned certifications from the American Red Cross in the following areas: adult CPR, first aid, and AED management.