Safety culture is defined by the beliefs, attitudes, and work practices of management and employees, including the way people act and behave in terms of safety and health. Furthermore, safety must be just as important as employee productivity.
OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) laws and other standards make safety in the workplace a priority, but developing a culture that is committed to safety is one way to reinvest in your overall culture and the success of your company.
It is imperative for a company to commit resources that help employees feel their best and to help prevent them from being absent from the workplace due to health reasons.
CITY provides clients with an employee turnover solution by maintaining a properly managed first aid program. Employees who have consistent access to safety and health products help increase overall health, morale, and productivity.
Employers can encourage attendance and produce happier and more motivated employees by demonstrating their support. To prevent absenteeism, businesses can:
These recommendations will promote a workplace culture that encourages health management and supports employees to change their habits.
“Safety first, safety always” is a good concept to keep in mind each and every day to ensure everyone arrives at work and returns home safely. Workplace safety can be accomplished through culture, continuous improvement plans, and proper actions. But workplace safety will only reach its full potential if effective leadership and employee engagement are in place.
As a vendor of first aid and facility services, we help our clients keep their employees safe, healthy, and productive. With trained representatives, we know what it takes to stay compliant, as well as improve health and morale. We can even save client’s money compared to other providers. We keep it clean and simple so you can be safe and protected.