Workplace Safety Manual Made Easy And Affordable
eSafetyManual.com Provides Busy Business Owners And Employers With The Safety Manuals They Need To Protect Their Workers And To Meet Government And Insurance Requirements.
March 25, 2010 (Pensacola, FL) In 2008, over 5,000 workers died on the job in America, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which requires that all employers have a safety manual. In many cases, these workers died from completely preventable workplace accidents.
When workers are properly trained — especially those working under hazardous conditions — they are less likely to be injured or die on the job. As Secretary of Labor, Hilda Solis, pointed out, when workers die their families are shattered. Also, when employees are injured at work, including fatally, it affects morale and productivity in any business.
Yet, tens of thousands of American businesses do not have workplace safety manuals as required by OSHA. If an employee is seriously injured at work, employers can face fines, or it can affect their workers’ compensation insurance. There are three main barriers to employers not having a safety manual — some employers aren’t aware that they need one; others are overwhelmed by the thought of creating their own; and some believe they can’t afford it.
EsafetyManual.com solves these problems for busy employers. First, they’re spreading the word. They also provide safety manuals for employers across many industries, at a cost-effective price. Our Construction Safety Manuals cover a variety of areas such as general contracting, plumbing, and carpentry. In addition, they have General Industry Safety Manuals for many industries including automotive repair, electronics, janitorial, hotel, lawn care, retail stores, dry cleaners and boating.
With their extensive training and years of experience in the areas of Occupational Safety & Health and Workers’ Compensation, the company has been able to create safety manuals that are far more comprehensive than many others found on the Internet. Their safety manuals are also available in WORD format for easy customization to a specific business.
EsafetyManual is offering a limited-time special introductory price on all their manuals. Plus, with every purchase of a safety manual, business owners and employers will get free access to over 250 topics for their safety meetings, which employers are encouraged to conduct regularly.
To protect their workers — and their companies — employers can get their safety manual at http://www.esafetymanual.com. Or, contact the company for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 850.497.2384.
XEI CORP / eSafetyManual.com provides affordable, government-required safety manuals to employers in a wide range of industries. We have a background in Occupational Safety & Health and Workers’ Compensation, OSHA compliance and other safety related issues.
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