$170 Billion a Year!

March 8, 2017 © Copyright Glomacs

That’s money that businesses can save and pain workers can avoid.

If you think safety is expensive, try having an accident

Workplace injuries and illnesses can have a major impact on your bottom line.

Companies spend about $170 billion a year on costs associated with workplace injuries and illnesses and almost $1 billion every week to injured employees and their medical providers.

Workers’ Compensation claims which cover medical costs, indemnity payments for an injured or ill worker, the costs to train and compensate replacement workers, repair damaged property, and investigate the accident and implement corrective action – All these directly or indirectly affects the bottom line.

Dr. Lawrence E Salvoni will be presenting an advanced course for GLOMACS this year in London. This “Advanced Safety Leadership” training on will provide solutions for the whole workforce to adopt the latest systematic approaches in achieving the potentially achievable target of Zero.

Dr. Lawrence is a successful Senior Associate Consultant with GLOMACS sharing his extensive experience in the preparation of multi-agency, emergency and emergency response management plans and for organizing and executing multi-agency training and exercise programmes.  Dr. Lawrence regularly advises companies and governments on how business and communities respond to disaster, be it the result of natural or technological activity.  Dr. Lawrence is a regular visitor to the EU, Middle and Far East leading on seminars, training and exercise programmes. 

If you are committed to safety excellence and you wish to be a world class agent for safety leadership then this Advanced Course is for you!


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