Safety Incentives Reinforce Safety Training

Everyone deserves a chance to learn the safest way to perform a job.   Indeed, OSHA spells out employee safety training and information requirements, but it doesn’t provide the delivery system. That’s entirely in a given company’s hands.  Moreover, there’s a unique set of safety training needs specific to that company’s environment and the type of…View More

No Gambling Allowed On These Premises!

The question is an obvious one:   Is Safety Pays use of the game of bingo a form of gambling?   The short answer is:  ‘No, of course not.’ This safety incentive program has been made available to the public for nearly 30 years.   If there was the slightest chance it violated some governing authorities local codes…View More

Latest OSHA Memorandum: Safety Incentives Are Permitted

In a memo released last month, OSHA clarified that post-incident drug testing and safety incentive programs are not prohibited by the anti-retaliation provisions under OSHA’s electronic record keeping rule, which became effective December, 2016. OSHA’s recent memo clarified the Department’s position that 29 C.F.R. § 1904.35(b)(1)(iv) does not prohibit workplace safety incentive programs or post-incident drug testing.…View More

Safety Incentives: The Gas That Powers A Company’s Safety Program

After OSHA issued new regulatory compliance standards in late 2016, many companies chose to stop using safety incentives altogether.    Uncertainty breeds fear and no one wants to invite unnecessary problems when it comes to ensuring all federal safety standards are met. However, OSHA has been quite clear that safety incentive programs remain not only permissible,…View More

Public/Government Entities Using Safety Pays!

Beginning in 1992, Safety Pays published a Customer Newsletter each calendar quarter which included a list of our latest customers.  Its primary purpose, though, was to update Safety Pays users with the new upgrade ideas, OSHA compliance safety incentive changes as well as techniques to make the safety incentive program we provide as effective as…View More

Safety Pays In The Los Angeles Times: 25 Years Later

The story of Safety Pays began in the late 1980’s when a former music producer who’d migrated into the business world decided to find an entertaining way to encourage his employees to work more safely.   When news of his company’s loss control success spread, other companies in their trade association began asking how they could…View More