New York, NY (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
1 Stop Maintenance today announced the publication of a white paper on the importance of safety in the workplace and the role a facility maintenance company can play. The white paper highlights potential dangers and tips to employ smart, safety-first measures to reduce the amount of on-the-job injuries as well as their legal liability.
Occupational injuries and illnesses cost businesses about $170 billion every year. The more serious incidents cost employers about $60 billion in direct workers compensation costs in 2011. By helping clients to identify, assess, control, and monitor the associated risks, workplace safety lapses can be reduced.
“Safety has always been the number one priority at 1 Stop. We service a wide range of industries with many types of safety issues,” said Brett Finklestein, president of 1 Stop Maintenance. "Our team works hard to stay on top of the latest regulations to develop effective procedures.”
The white paper highlights the “5 Why Analysis” questions which enables 1 Stop to get to the root cause of each and every incident to prevent any further issues of that nature from recurring. This understanding is essential to the improvement of 1 Stop’s safety workplace improvement plan.
Readers can utilize the partial Safety Audit included in the paper to assess the level of safety within their business. Workplace safety can reduce the risk of workplace accidents and the resulting legal liability that can compromise financial vitality of any organization.
For the1 Stop Maintenance White Paper, visit: http://www.1stopmaintenance.com/being-safe-in-the-workplace-white-paper/
1 Stop Maintenance is a privately held facility maintenance company providing 24-hour service to any size client anywhere in the world. Specializing in offering a broad scope of services at low rates, 1 Stop eliminates the need to seek out a variety of service providers, making 1 Stop the only stop for maintenance needs. The company has offices in the U.S. and Asia. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or for more information, visit http://www.1StopMaintenance.com.