Safety Compliance

Risk & Safety Services

A workplace injury is an employer’s worst fear, yet most injuries, illnesses, and fatalities are preventable with proper training and safety procedures in place.
When it comes to your employees’ safety, Samuel Hale takes a proactive approach to partnering with you to create a positive workplace safety culture. Your Samuel Hale Health and Safety Consultant works with our clients to understand your operations, processes and challenges to get to the core of which safety hazards present the most risk to you and your employees. After conducting evaluations and developing a risk mitigation service plane, Your Samuel Hale Health and Safety Consultant will help your team spearhead initiatives designed to improve your workplace safety culture. 
From facilitating workforce safety trainings and promoting certifications, to providing the most current information about new regulations, your Business Unit team is dedicated to helping you manage your exposure to risk so you can confidently scale your business.

Employers need health and safety measures in place for several reasons:

1. Legal obligations: Employers are legally obligated to provide a safe and healthy working environment for their employees. Failing to do so can result in legal consequences, including fines and penalties.
2. Employee well-being: By prioritizing health and safety, employers ensure the physical and mental well-being of their employees. This fosters a positive work environment, reduces the risk of accidents and injuries, and promotes employee morale and productivity.
3. Reduced costs: Implementing health and safety measures can help reduce costs associated with workplace accidents, injuries, and illnesses. By preventing accidents and promoting a healthy work environment, employers can minimize expenses related to medical treatment, compensation claims, and productivity losses.
4. Compliance with regulations: Health and safety regulations vary depending on the industry and country, and employers must comply with these regulations. Failure to do so can lead to legal consequences and damage the company’s reputation.
5. Reputation and competitiveness: Employers that prioritize health and safety build a positive reputation for their company. This can attract and retain talented employees, enhance customer trust, and improve the company’s competitiveness in the market.

Overall, prioritizing health and safety in the workplace is not only a legal requirement but also a strategic decision that benefits both employers and employees.

Say Goodbye to Hefty Fines and Noncompliance

Many businesses have policies and procedures in place to protect their employees from workplace accidents, but they don’t prioritize risk management and compliance. While workplace fatalities in the United States have dropped nearly 60% over the past two decades, there are still approximately 2.8 million nonfatal workplace accidents and injuries in the private industry each year. A workplace injury or illness can result in, on average, eight days of missed work, costing the United States an estimated $250 billion annually.
Though some industries are at higher risk for workplace accidents, injuries, illnesses, and deaths—like agriculture, transportation, warehousing, and construction—lack of training, improper use, lack of appropriate protection, inadequate risk management, and poor hazard communication are among the most commonly violated OSHA standards.
These OSHA violations could be easily resolved through professional, continuous training and assessments to ensure compliance with your employees, fulfilling job-specific safety competency guidelines, and aligning your company policies and procedures with local, state, and federal workplace health and safety standards.
Employers must be diligent in risk and compliance to protect employees from a workplace injury, illness, and death. Don’t let your employees and business become another statistic. An employer’s advantage of having a loss control specialist is that they can help minimize and prevent losses within the organization. Loss control specialists are responsible for identifying potential risks and hazards, implementing safety measures, and developing strategies to mitigate losses. By having a loss control specialist, employers can:

1. Reduce insurance costs:
Loss control specialists can help identify areas where the organization is at risk and implement measures to reduce the likelihood of accidents, injuries, or property damage. This can result in lower insurance premiums and claims, leading to cost savings for the employer.

2. Improve workplace safety:
Loss control specialists can assess the organization’s safety protocols and recommend improvements to ensure compliance with regulations and industry best practices. By creating a safer work environment, employers can reduce the occurrence of accidents, injuries, and related costs.

3. Enhance productivity:
By identifying and addressing potential risks and hazards, loss control specialists can help create a safer and more efficient workplace. This can lead to increased productivity as employees can focus on their tasks without the worry of accidents or disruptions.

4. Protect company reputation:
Loss control specialists play a crucial role in safeguarding the company’s reputation. By implementing effective control loss strategies, employers can demonstrate their commitment to employee safety and well-being, which can enhance the organization’s image and attract top talent.

5. Ensure regulatory compliance:
Loss control specialists are knowledgeable about safety regulations and standards. They can help employers navigate complex compliance requirements, reducing the risk of penalties or legal issues associated with non-compliance. Overall, having a loss control specialist can help employers proactively manage risks, reduce losses, and create a safer work environment, resulting in financial savings, improved productivity, and enhanced reputation.

Loss Control Services
  • Loss Source Analysis
  • Industry Best Practices
  • Online Safety Training
  • Loss Control Surveys
  • OSHA Compliance Assistance
  • Hazard Identification
  • Job Hazard / Safety Analysis
  • Fleet Safety
  • Safety Program Assistance
  • Accident / Incident Investigation Tools
  • Emergency Action Plan Assistance
  • Insured Support (Train the Trainer)
  • Safety Committee Assistance
  • Facility or Jobsite Inspections Checklists
  • Safety Resource Material
  • Industry Specific Recommendations