If you've never formally managed risk before, starting can be a daunting process. However, it's likely that you're already using strategies throughout the business. These 25 tips are simple to implement in your insurance process and will help you lower costs and better manage risk.
If your organization has a physical area where employees work or customers visit, you need to proactively manage the risk of slips, trips, and falls. If you’re not convinced of the severity of these incidents, check out these concerning statistics:
- Over 1,000,000 people annually need emergency medical care due to a slip or fall incident
- 67% of falls are due to slips and trips
- The average cost to defend a slip or fall claim is $50,000
- Hip fractures and traumatic brain injuries are most commonly caused by falls
The importance of employee training is obvious; any successful risk manager knows that employee training is a direct way to prevent incidents. Whether to help improve job performance, minimize workplace incidents, or create a set of standard practices, employee training should be a top priority of any business.
However, some organizations aren’t entirely sure of what aspects should be included in employee training, and what knowledge they can reasonably expect the employee to have.
In this article, we’ll cover the major topics that should be included in employee training, and breakdown what specific knowledge any employee should know.