Wear The Correct Safety Equipment

You can get injured if you’re not wearing the correct safety equipment for a task.  Depending on the job, equipment like earplugs, earmuffs, hard hats, safety goggles, gloves or a full-face mask, just to name a few can reduce the risk of a workplace injury.

It’s up to facility managers and business owners to get their employees onboard and engaged with workplace safety efforts, encouraging them to become active members in the process and to communicate any safety concerns they might see.

Providing safety incentives that reward employee’s for exemplifying great workplace safety behavior is a way to incorporate safety into workplace culture