An employee who suffers an injury due to a slip, trip or fall is typically out of work for nearly three weeks, and the injury results in an average workers’ compensation claim cost of $20 thousand. There are many ways to mitigate these types of injuries, including enforcing the use of slip-resistant footwear in workplaces where there tend to be liquid spills, like a restaurant.
How do you ensure your employees are wearing the proper shoes? Watch this 3-minute “Safety in Action” instructional video to find out about what you can do to encourage safe footwear and prevent slips and falls.
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