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Safegagement™ Improves Safety, Productivity in the CPG Industry

The Consumer Packaged Good (CPG) industry is responsible for many of the products we use on a daily basis – from the food we prepare for dinner to the detergent we use to clean our clothes. For those products to reach our homes, they must travel through a variety of sectors, including manufacturing, warehousing, and transportation.

While each of those sectors has their own challenges, when it comes to productivity and workplace hazards, there is one approach proven to boost efficiency and safety across the board – Safegagement™. Before we dive into the impact this makes, let’s take a closer look at what it means.


Topics: Safety, Safegagement, OSHA Compliant Safety Incentives, Incentivized Safety Programs

OSHA® Announces 2017 Top 10 Most Cited Violations; New Entry Joins the List

OSHA® announces their Top 10 Most Cited Violations annually, and, year after year, that list has remained largely unchanged. But, this trend came to an end in 2017, as a new entry found its way onto the list. Here’s what your company needs to know.


Topics: OSHA Compliant Safety Incentives, Incentivized Safety Programs, OSHA Fines

Employee Engagement is Vital in Workplace Safety

Ensuring safe work environments for employees is not only required by law but is also a necessity of good and ethical business practices. Unsafe work spaces can end up costing companies millions, through workers compensation claims, loss of work and in productivity, not to mention potential fines or lawsuits.

According to OSHA®, the cost of direct workers’ compensation claims is estimated to be around $1 billion per week. Ensuring employee safety can be a challenge, particularly in a non-engaged work culture.


Topics: Safety, OSHA Compliant Safety Incentives, Incentivized Safety Programs

OSHA Clarifies Stance on Safety Incentive Programs

The Challenges of Incentivized Safety

When building an effective recognition strategy for the workplace, incentive programs can play a key role in developing higher levels of active engagement. Combined with additional tactics, such as employee referrals, milestone awards and wellness packages, these efforts have the potential to increase productivity, employee ownership and even individual self-worth. Keep in mind that if you choose to incentivize your company’s safety program, it must be done in a manner that’s conducive to your policies, efforts and regulations. If incorrectly set into motion, you run the risk of encouraging team members and managers to hide and/or not report injuries that occur.


Topics: Safety, Employee Recognition, Employee Engagement, Communication, Safegagement, OSHA Compliant Safety Incentives, Incentivized Safety Programs

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