When someone falls on television, people laugh. That?s the reason falls are put in a show in the first place, to get a laugh. In real life, especially in the workplace, falls are no laughing matter. Slips and falls are responsible for 95 million lost work days a year, which means money lost by the business and wages lost by the employee. Preventing such an event must be a priority for everyone, and these four fall prevention tips should help.
- Keep It Clean: Good housekeeping is vital when preventing accidents at work. That means establishing a routine with assigned and well-defined job. Plan ahead and ensure that the new routine becomes a normal part of the daily schedule. Better to endure the inconvenience of daily cleaning than have an individual slip on random debris on a dirty