Occupational health and safety in manufacturing settings such as plants and factories is a growing concern for employers and industry leaders. Between the inherent health and safety risks of the job— which include, but are not limited to, loud and dangerous machinery, dust and other airborne particles, close quarters, and chemical discharge — and the push for safer workplaces, occupational health services and solutions are becoming even more important than ever before. Working with an experienced occupational health and safety service provider is one of the easiest ways to make sure your workplace is up to code and prepared to protect employees day in and day out, no matter what type of manufacturing your site focuses on.
Staying on track for production goals is critical in a world that thrives on Just-In-Time manufacturing. Unfortunately, workplace accidents and illness can impair productivity, setting back your production schedule. In addition to the root priority of keeping workers out of harm's way, this is why health and safety in manufacturing environments is essential. Making sure you have the on-site medical services and proactive resources available to prevent or assist in health or medical emergencies keeps employees healthy, happy, and efficient.
While these are not the only on-site medical services offered by Mobile Medical Corporation, they are some of the most sought-after for employers and site managers looking to improve the health and safety in manufacturing environments. To learn more about services and how to get started, explore our offerings or contact a MMC representative.
It is the employer's responsibility to keep employees as safe as possible while on the clock. Not only does providing for and protecting your employees bode well for productivity, it also protects your bottom line. By providing on-site occupational health, safety, and wellness services, it is easier to meet complex insurance requirements. Employers who are unsure of where to start should contact us. We can perform an on-site audit and expose the occupational health and safety risks that may stop you from getting the best insurance rates.