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    How to Keep your Employees Safe in the Workplace

    Published on January 13th, 2011

    Safety should always be a top priority for a variety of reasons.  Morality, expenses, and reputation are always at risk when an accident occurs.  No matter what the circumstances are, a situation which results in an injury never ends well, and may require hiring a personal injury lawyer.

    An injury in the workplace is detrimental for any employer.  Not only are they avoidable, but they can result in workers compensation, as well as lawsuits which would involve a personal injury lawyer. These will cost your business hard-earned money.

    Here are a few tips in order to keep your employees safe on the job:

    1.      Set Standards

    As with many procedures, you will want to make sure that a safe, specific set of rules should be created. This is especially true if the procedure has even the slightest chance of injury.  If specific safety procedures are created and followed properly, the chance of personal injury drops considerably.

       2.   Recognize Potential Problems

    When a potential hazard pops up, fix it immediately.  Equipment such as electrical wiring, machinery, and tools should always be kept in working condition.  This may seem like an obvious precaution, but as soon as a piece of equipment breaks or malfunctions, it becomes a safety hazard.

         3.   Persistence

    While your employees may become annoyed by constant reminders, persistence regarding safety precautions is a must.  Because your employees get so used to doing the same procedures, they may eventually forget about safety regulations, which increase the possibility of an accident. 

    If you are concerned about an accident occurring at your business, and would like to learn more about how a personal injury lawyer or auto accident lawyer can help protect your business, contact Shea Law Group.  We cover all legal areas, from personal injury attorneys to dog bite lawyers. Contact us today to find an attorney who will fight hard for your business.

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