Five Tips for Workplace Injury Prevention

A healthy company is a happy company. Your business is at its best when your employees feel safe and supported. That’s why it’s vital to focus on workplace injury prevention.  To help, we’ve listed just a few of the things you can do to keep your workers injury-free.


Keep your job sites clean.


Falls are some of the most common workplace accidents, so it’s important to keep your job sites clear of tripping hazards. Make sure cords and cables are properly rolled and tucked away, and clean up spills immediately. You also need to light your workspaces well so employees can see and maintain your ladders so they stay sturdy and secure.


Enforce the use of safety equipment.


Make sure your workforce knows the importance of using safety equipment, including hardhats, face shields, gloves, earplugs, and safety goggles. You should also never allow any of your employees work alone without monitoring devices.


Educate your workers.


Education is one of the most essential tools for workplace injury prevention. Your workers need to know about the hazards they will face on the job and how to avoid them. They also need to learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of potential injury in their own bodies.


Listen to your employees.   


Encourage your workers to open up about any fatigue or discomfort they may feel while doing their jobs. With proper feedback, you can continually evaluate and improve your processes to keep your staff as safe as possible.



Of course, if something does happen, your employees will be protected because state law requires that all employers purchase workers’ compensation insurance. Our experts can help you find all of the necessary coverage for your business, including this vital piece that places value on your personnel. Give us a call to talk about it.