The Flipside of Occupational Health and Safety
The most common excuse against reducing occupational health and safety (OHS) spend is the impact it will have on the workplace. Moreover, the looming possibility of paying staggering sums in penalty for non-compliance can make the idea of consolidating OHS costs seem irresponsible.
But controlling compliance costs does not have to equate to deteriorating health and safety conditions or increasing non-compliance and safety risks. Organizations can cut back on excessive costs by implementing a perfect -fit, cost-effective safety protocol. The key to achieving this OHS protocol lies in thoroughly analyzing the organization’s health and safety requirements and identifying areas of prioritization.
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