TRIR and your bottom line

March 16, 2015

When times get tough, it’s more important than ever to make sure that you are maximizing your resources. PPE should be viewed as a strategic initiative, critical to the wellbeing of the company, rather than an expense. A safe and healthy workforce can lead to a better Total Recordable Incident Report (TRIR), which makes a huge impact on the bottom line.

TRIR is the method OSHA uses to evaluate and quantify a company’s safety performance. Poor TRIR scores can trigger OSHA scrutiny in the form of inspections and fines, but the costs really add up when customers, vendors, and employees see a poor TRIR score. High rates of injury often result in lost business, while excellent scores can lead to increased business and personnel attraction/retention. Also, your TRIR score influences corporate insurance premiums, which means an injury today can have a negative financial impact for years to come.  Check out some HexArmor® solutions by clicking the button below:

 

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