A contractor’s guide to develop a workplace safety program
A safety plan is an important tool that enhances the safety of employees and job sites. It helps to reduce, eliminate, and control the risks and consequences of electrical and non-electrical incidents, including:
- Physical injuries
- Damage to facilities or equipment
- Financial liabilities
In this guide, we share four steps to take to develop your own safety program. These are the same steps we at Schneider Electric have taken to be safer at all levels of the company.
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