Learn how to avoid the health and safety risk of poor tool management.
Worker's compensation costs have skyrocketed over the last several years due to injuries on site. One of the reasons for this is poor tool and equipment management- or no tool management process at all. If you're a H&S Manager or Owner of a construction firm, this is for you.
Poor tool and equipment management in construction greatly impacts the health and safety of workers on job sites, but implementing a system can help you avoid these risks at all costs.
The best part is, the benefits of compliance go far beyond worker safety.
Other benefits include:
- Reducing liability
- Ensuring the longevity of tools and equipment
- Ensuring compliance with regulations
- Being covered for audits
In this guide, you'll learn the risks associated with poorly maintained tools, how to reduce those risks, and expert tips for managing tools and equipment year round.
Access How to Avoid the Health and Safety Risk of Poor Tool Management to learn what you can do to prevent dangerous and costly mistakes before they happen.
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Matthew Ramage is Trimble’s Segment Manager for Asset Management and the MEP Global Marcom Director. He leads a new marketing approach for his team, specializing in inbound and content-centric marketing.More Content by Moira Van Den Akker