Whether the crisis is related to business, safety, or your industry, whether it’s long-term or temporary, the goal is to address the crisis head-on and decisively and to emerge from the crisis with an even stronger company.
Many companies cringe with dread at the words “OSHA Inspection.” However, a proactive approach to working collaboratively with OSHA can strengthen the safety and quality for organizations in numerous industries as well as remove the perception of OSHA as a four-letter word.
Serious Business Disruptions
Fatalities and Serious Injuries
The first 72 hours after a fatality or serious injury can have tong-term impact on the viability of a business. While no company ever wants to become proficient at dealing with fatalities and serious injuries, the benefit of experience can prove incredibly valuable during these difficult situations.
The best way to deal with a crisis is to prevent it from ever happening in the first place. While a crisis-free environment can never be fully guaranteed, there are a number of precautionary steps an enterprise can take to greatly reduce both the odds of a crisis occurring as well as lessen the effects if one does arise. Steps that provide protection without strangling the ongoing operations of the company in redtape and unnecessary bureaucracy.