Safety Training Impacts the Bottom Line

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Safety Training Impacts the Bottom Line

CEO Corner

Dear Heidi,

For many years, companies and organizations have documented that training has improved their bottom line. Production-focused management promotes potential savings in insurance premiums through lower loss ratios and a lower Experience Modification Rate (EMR). Sustained and consistent communication between safety support and production management creates a measurable, positive relationship. Without training, companies can experience decreased production and increased litigation.

David Roberson
Division Safety Manager
Zachry Construction Corporation

This excerpt has been republished with permission from NCCER'sThe Cornerstone magazine.


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