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Jergens Risk & Liability program is carefully designed to help companies of every capacity; whether you’re running a company with multiple plants in various locations or you are a local shop, safety of your lifts should be priority. Jergens realizes you have a lot to think about, so let us handle this for you. Our experts can assess the risk of your lifts and offer tailor made solutions to help you start (or keep) on the road to compliance.
That is just worker compensation alone, not to mention medical costs, pain and suffering, fines, legal actions, equipment damage and loss of productivity. All of which can be avoided if the proper equipment is used, properly. Jergens Risk and Liability Program is carefully-designed to set customers up for success and safety through step-by-step procedures:
*All About OSHA pamphlet, 2016
The Risk & Liability Program is designed to assess your company’s risk when it comes to your everyday lifting. We come to you (in most instances) to review your current lifting plans, recommend changes for your company to be ASME & OSHA compliant, provide training and education for your staff, as well as providing a comprehensive maintenance plan. All of this provided by our experts.
No. This is an a la carte program. You get to chose what your company and employees need and what they would benefit from. We are just here to help educate, train & implement.
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Fill out on assessment to find your risk, and one of our lifting experts will contact you with your results and next steps.
Can your company control the actions of your employees on a daily basis in your facility? Should an employee’s actions lead to a catastrophic event, is your company able to assume the costs associated with their actions? Facilities that lift and transport goods internally have an increased risk & liability factor. One accident with an amputation could cost your company over $6 million in employee compensation, workers comp, lawyer fees, OSHA fines, etc.