Creating a safe environment in my business
Tips to Help Protect Your Warehouse Employees
Most manufacturing warehouses have a lot of items moving in and out on a regular basis. In addition to traffic, aisles and shelving create additional hazards and dangers. To successfully address safety within your warehouse, you need data. As management consultant Peter Drucker said, “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.”
Tips for Fostering a Safe Office Work Environment
Working in an office setting sometimes gives a false sense of safety and security. While an office may not have the heavy machinery of a manufacturing plant or employees working from heights as in construction, a general office setting still has risks. This article will outline some of the risks and what you can do to mitigate the effects of these risks in your office.
I recall a conversation with one of my mentors shortly after I founded my construction company. As the topic moved to risk management, I remember him saying, “Your company will only be as strong as the weakest link in the chain.” Those words really stuck with me, and I would often look to identify the weakest link in my company. 
Every community has unique traits that make it feel like home to the people who live there. One thing all communities have in common is that the people living there expect it to be a safe place. As the person responsible for the property that is ultimately someone else’s home, you want to make sure the space remains safe for everyone living there. From recognizing someone who might cause trouble to taking care of yourself, there are several things you can do to create a culture of safety for your residents.
Businesses are more likely to sustain a burglary or theft loss than residential locations. Burglary and theft can result in damage to your building as well as loss of product, resulting in large dollar losses. Protecting your business from these perils is important.

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