Fall protection remains the number one workplace safety standards violation cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The cost to workers of workplace falls can include pain, a temporary or permanent disability, lost wages, and out-of-pocket expenses. Meanwhile, at the corporate level, companies experience lost production, lower sales, and fines from OSHA, as well as expenses associated with recruiting, retraining, and replacing employees. In addition, they must contend with low employee morale and internal and external perceptions of an unsafe workplace.
Companies who rent equipment can play a role in workplace safety by helping their customers understand the importance of job site safety and the safe operation of equipment. Fill out the information below and download this whitepaper, sponsored by JLG Industries, Inc. to learn more.