All Eyes on Safety!

(Submitted by Mick Whitt, Manufacturing Business Development Specialist, Manufacturing and Technology Small Business Development Center, OSU South Centers)

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While OSHA requires certain reporting and retention of all recordable accidents, injuries, and lost time incidents, if your company only focuses on safety after injuries you are missing out on great opportunities to help avoid these hazardous situations and engaging your workforce in the safety process.

Often you may ask another person to read something that you wrote, or typed, and said to them, “Two eyes are better than one.” The same principle applies to recognizing opportunities to improve safety, eliminating safety hazards, and reducing recordable accidents.

Go to the article from, “Is Your Safety Engine Making Power?” to learn more about safety.