It’s no secret that injuries and fatalities on the job site are a costly mistake. Nonetheless, the Bureau of Labor Statics recorded 899 construction-related fatalities in 2014. That’s more than 20 percent of all workplace fatalities. It’s a powerful incentive to go the extra mile to keep the workplace safe, but so is the likely impact on your bottom line.
We’ll talk next week about the many costs associated with poor safety performance. But first, here are some safety performance terms, types of OSHA violations [Read more…] about What Every Construction Firm Needs to Know about Safety Performance Ratings and OSHA Penalties