Paragon Safety Group provides the construction industry with a powerhouse of industry-specific services to ensure construction site safety.
The Right Thing To Do
The benefits of maintaining a safe work environment in the construction industry are many, but – first and foremost – safety is about what you can do to send your workers home safely to their families at the end of the day. Paragon Safety Group’s on-site or off-site safety training will equip your team with the tools to perform their job safely, whether they need OSHA 10-Hour or 30-Hour Training or courses on other topics such as Fall Protection, General Electrical Safety, Advanced Electrical Safety, Aerial Lift Safety, First Aid, and many others.
Improve Your Bottom Line
The practice of safety brings financial benefits to the table. A safe construction site impacts a company’s bottom line both directly and indirectly. Costs associated with accidents – including lost wages, Workers’ Comp claims, insurance costs, and legal fees – are minimized in a safe work environment. So are the indirect costs that follow incidents, including the lost productivity that occurs when people turn their attention to dealing with the aftermath. On the flip side, a safe work environment increases workers’ morale and productivity, which increases efficiency and profit margins. At Paragon Safety Group, the expertise of our on-site safety professionals helps companies comply with federal and state worker-safety rules and satisfies insurance company requirements.
The Cost of Noncompliance
For many employers in the construction industry, an OSHA investigation is likely at some point. For that reason it’s important to prepare now so you’re ready when that day arrives. Investing in your company’s safety program will provide measurable returns in terms of reduced exposure to OSHA penalties. Paragon Safety Group can help you balance your company’s fiscal responsibility with your continuing compliance obligations with consulting services designed to identify and correct situations likely to draw OSHA attention. Paragon’s trained safety consultants will conduct audits and inspections to identify unsafe acts and conditions and will provide practical solutions for minimizing those risks.