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Slips and Falls

Slips and Falls

Slips and falls are among the most common causes of work-related accidents. Yet, not only the workers are exposed to the hazards of slips and falls but also external agents, like customers. Due to their relevance as a cause of serious accidents, slips and falls must be studied in detail by both employers and employees, this in order to implement and follow the proper prevention methods.

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) demands companies not only to implement such safety procedures to avoid accidents but also to conduct training programs that teach employees the many faces of slips and falls. Understanding the original cause is key to implementing and following such procedures.

At HP Safety Consulting, our team of seasoned safety experts can help your business with slips and falls training. The programs we provide in our wide offer of safety solutions are comprehensive and fully compliant according to OSHA regulations. By the end of the training program, our clients receive certifications that put them a step closer of compliance.

Identifying the Hazard

Without question, the first step in reducing the risk of accident in the workplace is by identifying the potential hazards that come as the result of safety violations. Ignorance and negligence can easily lead to such dangerous violations, some of which are often hard to spot without the assistance of professionals.

Slips and falls safety training help employees to detect such hazards in advance. Identifying the hazard leads to the opportunity of creating awareness around it and allows the team to implement the proper measures to neutralize it.

Safe Walking Surfaces

For many companies, the day-to-day activities and the many moving parts of their businesses can make things complicated. While it may seem obvious at first, walking surfaces must be always safe for the staff and external agents. However, this is not the case every single time.

A good example of this is the cleaning activities that can transform a normally safe walking surface into a hazardous environment. Here is where slips and falls knowledge can be useful to workers.

According to OSHA regulations, workers must not only understand the implications of slips and falls accidents and their legislation but also how to mitigate the related hazards. Walking surfaces must prevail safe to all individuals but achieving this is a joint effort that everyone involved must collaborate with.

At HP Safety Consulting, we can help your business to create highly-capable and knowledgeable workers through our safety training programs. The professionals in our team invest themselves and teach everything that is needed to transform the way our clients operate, always efficient and compliant. If you want to know more, please, get in contact with us.