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We all know that safety is important, but do you realize just how costly a workplace injury can be? When all is said and done, injuries
can cost business owners hundreds of thousands of dollars. The extra expense to pay injuries has a powerfully negative effect to a
company's bottom line. The only way a company can stay in business is to operate at a profit, and that ability can be threatened
by a serious workplace injury. Each time an accident occurs, the cost of the injury must be subtracted from profit. One example is
at a 5 percent profit margin, an extra $20,000 in sales or income is needed to compensate for a $1,000 injury.  

Practice Prevention: Through operating at a profit is essential to our success, our top priority is to keep our employees safe and healthy.
That's why we are counting on you to help practice good safety principles. Safe work behavior will contribute directly to our bottom line
as to everyone's job security. By observing safety precautions, we can limit on-the-job accidents. It is always wiser to spend a bit more time
doing the job safely than risk getting a serious injury. Be sure to always follow our safety guidelines and stay alert for unsafe conditions.
Think of practicing safety as both pain-free and profitable. A win-win situation for everyone!
Posted 4:43 PM

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