Occupational accidents to be avoided

Occupational accidents to be avoided

Occupational accidents are the order of the day. In each industry, risks are different; therefore, there must be a department specialized in ensuring the health and safety of each of the collaborators. 

Employers must be aware of these risks to create strategies to help them avoid accidents in the workplace. 

These strategies can be created or recommended by internal or external professionals. 

With these safety strategies correctly applied, a pleasant and even more productive work environment can be ensured. 

There are many advantages that the company acquires when developing a health and safety system, starting by obtaining a COR, when done correctly, followed by the increase in productivity, receiving various economic benefits, such as reimbursements by tax compensation and savings on expenses caused by occupational accidents of any kind. 

What are the accidents at work that I should avoid? 

To understand the real risks within the company, it is essential to make an extensive audit that shows the possible accidents and the best way to avoid them. 

Another technique that can help recognize risks is to involve employees with surveys that help the company determine the comfort level of its employees. 

Employees are most likely to suffer from occupational hazards and discomforts that affect their physical and emotional health, so involving them is critical for implementing occupational health and safety strategies. 

Accidents to avoid are: 

What are the accidents at work that I should avoid? 



Electrical contact.

Injuries with objects.

Cuts or dismemberment.

Depression and anxiety.

Stress-related illnesses.

How To Avoid These Workplace Accidents?


The best way to avoid these workplace accidents is to define a health and safety policy within the company that motivates employees to make changes in their work routines. 

These changes usually require two elements, motivation, and leadership. 

The employer can use motivation to raise employee awareness and keep them aware of the new policies, and that coupled with strong leadership is the perfect key to making the new policy work. 

In occupational health and safety, constant compliance is the key to success. 

What Should I Change In My Company To Avoid Accidents?

Although we have already mentioned that the most appropriate thing to do is to define the risks within your company through an audit, it is always good to know what we can avoid by ourselves. 

The First Thing You Should Improve In Your Company Is:

Monitor and improve the lighting inside the company.

Mark hazardous areas with signs such as high electrical voltage, high temperatures, toxic substances, biochemical waste.

Train personnel on safety items such as escape routes, fire extinguishers.

Keep every corner of the company clean and tidy to avoid accidents due to materials in the wrong places.

Require personnel to use their safety elements at all times.

The first thing you should improve in your company is: 

How Can I Promote These Health And Safety Strategies?

Involving employees is the best way to implement these new changes in the work routine. 

With decisive leadership, you can talk to staff and help them understand the risks they face if they disobey the new policies. Motivate them to be responsible beings with their lives and their colleagues. 

This step is the main one because, without the support of the employees, the safety policies fall apart because they are the ones who make the safe environment possible. 

That is why it is crucial for the employer or manager in charge of health and safety to connect with employees and find ways to motivate them through incentives, honor rolls, public congratulations, or any other tool that will help create awareness. 

Motivating workers is the best leverage you can find to reduce accidents in your company. 

Motivated workers are more productive, aware, and responsible with their daily activities. 

It is important to emphasize that part of the health and safety within the company is to provide a stable emotional environment, which focuses on not generating stress and valuing the emotional situations of its employees. 

If you want an optimal health and safety system, you must ensure policies that protect your employees physically, emotionally, and psychologically so you can get the results you want.  

Count on us if you have any doubts. We are experts in recommending and implementing health and safety systems in companies of any industry. 

 We are ready to help you. 

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