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Attention: Contractor Business Owners. OSHA estimates that about two million construction workers are exposed to respirable crystalline silica in more than 600,000 workplaces.
Silicosis, lung cancer, other respiratory diseases, and kidney disease
have been linked to exposure to respirable crystalline silica.
As a business owner, what would you do if someone slipped and fell on your property? Slips and falls are the most frequent type of loss for our Pekin Insurance business owners.
How prepared are you if someone from the general public slips and falls on your property? Here are some tips to help you prepare for slip and fall incidents that may occur on your property or location.
You must inform and train employees on what the expectations of them are if an incident happens. Do your employees complete an investigation? Do they get a supervisor or owner to do it? What happens if they are the only ones there? Would your answers to the previous questions depend on whether the injured person was an employee, visitor, or customer?
When we think about tornado preparedness, personal safety is often the first thing that comes to mind. But is your business prepared to survive a tornado?