Safety in industry is absolutely vital. Beyond the risk of fines from OSHA, employee safety has to be a priority. How do you take your safety beyond mere compliance though? That’s what today’s blog examines, these are our three best tips to increase industrial safety.


Schedule Detailed Industrial Safety Discussions:

Managers need to keep their ear to the ground when it comes to anything concerning safety. The best way to do this is by talking to the employees. Be sure to encourage an open dialogue and make sure they feel comfortable expressing their concerns. This will also allow for managers to get out ahead of potential issues. It may also help when it comes to planning refreshers, as you can easily find knowledge gaps.


Organize Regular Refresher Courses:

A quality refresher course administered regularly makes a big difference. Use the knowledge gained from safety discussions to tailor a course for your employees. An hour or so being spent every few months is a much better alternative than high fines or a hurt worker.


Use GroundHog EHS:

The best way to increase industrial safety is with GroundHog EHS. GroundHog EHS provides workers with the ability to conduct inspections 100% digitally. Additionally, GroundHog EHS makes it possible to instantly communicate risks to everyone in the workplace. Automatically generated reports make it a breeze to keep an eye on the entire workplace safety and inspections. Finally, an investment in GroundHog EHS often times means a lot of money saved on OSHA fines. 


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