Why Prioritize Safety?

The preservation of human life is paramount.

Safety is indeed invaluable, transcending mere monetary considerations. While financial gains are essential for sustaining business, the true essence of safety lies in preserving human lives.
In the context of workplace safety, organizations should recognize that investing in safety practices and protocols is not just about the bottom line—it’s about safeguarding their most valuable asset: their employees. When workers are protected from harm, productivity increases, absenteeism decreases, and overall morale improves. 
At SAFETY PAYS US, we understand the importance of maintaining a safe and healthy workplace. That’s why we offer a wide range of occupational health and safety services. We have the expertise and resources to help you create a culture of safety within your organization. 

A Culture of Safety

Accidents are preventable and unsafe work practices are bad for business.   
A safe workplace leads to significant reductions in workers’ compensation premiums. Fewer accidents mean lower medical costs and lost time. We help your organization go beyond achieving compliance with regulatory standards, we help establish a culture of safety thus leaving little room for major accidents to occur. We provide onsite safety oversight. We conduct weekly safety audits in order to identify, eliminate or mitigate safety deficiencies and document them as well as any improvements/ positive observations. We also conduct accident investigations for those that do occur. We care about the well-being of the workforce as well as the satisfactory performance and successful completion of your project. 

A Culture of Safety

Accidents are preventable and unsafe work practices are bad for business.   
A safe workplace leads to significant reductions in workers’ compensation premiums. Fewer accidents mean lower medical costs and lost time. We help your organization go beyond achieving compliance with regulatory standards, we help establish a culture of safety thus leaving little room for major accidents to occur. We provide onsite safety oversight. We conduct weekly safety audits in order to identify, eliminate or mitigate safety deficiencies and document them as well as any improvements/ positive observations. We also conduct accident investigations for those that do occur. We care about the well-being of the workforce as well as the satisfactory performance and successful completion of your project. 

$afety Pays Program Estimator

To calculate the estimated costs of occupational injuries, illnesses and the estimated impact on a company’s profitability checkout the link below from the Occupational Safety & Health Administration. OSHA’s “$afety Pays” tool is a free online calculator using data on workplace injury costs compiled from the National
Council on Compensation Insurance. It leverages that data on your behalf to calculate the direct and indirect costs of an injury, as well as the additional revenue you would need to offset these costs.
It covers several different types of injuries and illnesses.
The process is simple. Follow the link and steps below.

1. Select an injury type from the drop-down menu. You can also enter the total workers’ compensation costs spent on that injury.

2. Enter your profit margin. You can leave the spot blank if you want to use a default margin of 3%.

3. Enter the number of injuries. The default is one, so if you’re trying to calculate one injury, leave the space blank.s

4. Select “Add/Calculate” and take a look at the various estimated total costs in the next section down below. If you want to add additional injuries to the list to show the cost of your injuries for the year, simply repeat the whole process rather than clicking “Clear”.

Et voila: a clear, easy-to-understand estimate of how your workplace injuries are hurting your bottom line.

$afety Pays Program Estimator

Partner with us

We offer comprehensive occupational health and safety solutions to protect your employees and your business. From on-site safety services to training, as well as developing, implementing, and managing health and safety policies and procedures, we’ve got you covered. Contact us now to get started.