Feedyard Safety Must Be A Day-In, Day-Out Practice


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Feedyard safety is much more than just being in compliance with OSHA regulations. For it to truly be successful in reducing accidents, it needs to be a day-in, day-out part of the culture. By integrating a culture of safety hand-in-hand with production, you don’t find yourself spending more on a safety program for your operation than you need to or suffering accidents and rising premiums because of a less-than ideal workplace. Feedyard Safety Consultant Gordon Moore explains why.

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Anonymous (not verified)
on Feb 20, 2013

I would have to diagree with this, if you ever managed WC and really got out and worked with the employees and the injuries and the RTW program you would understand that the employee and safety comes first. You will not go broke. Good JSA's and management of the systems put in place by safety will provide a balance a good work enviroment.

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