Safety Pays Customers – From Across The Business Spectrum

On Monday, June 18th, 2018

Back in 1991 when Safety Pays first became available to US companies, our primary customers were businesses like Santa Monica Seafood – the company where the program was developed.   It had an internal production/warehouse staff, outside delivery drivers as well as retail store and café employees.

As time went on, we were startled by the number of non-industrial clients that began utilizing Safety Pays.   In fact, the business sector from which we received our largest groups of initial customers turned out to be skilled nursing homes and convalescent care facilities!

Over the 25+ years since then, we’ve helped companies from virtually every workplace environment imaginable.

However, in late 2016, the safety incentive landscape faced a dramatic set of changes.   Many companies were fearful that OSHA’s new injury reporting rules meant their safety incentive programs might be cited for non-compliance.   Finding an OSHA compliant safety incentive approach therefore became of paramount importance.

Since then, we’ve been extremely gratified to see so many companies now choosing Safety Pays after thoroughly researching today’s safety incentive program options.   These new customers know that when it comes to both OSHA compliance and proven effectiveness, Safety Pays has every base covered.

Moreover, the range of industries that our new 2018 customers represent is vast.  It includes a New York/Connecticut lumber & building supply company, an Iowa firm manufacturing plastic pallets as well as a Tennessee business specializing in high voltage transformers, regulators, etc.

On the other side of the spectrum are recent clients such a Michigan county’s Division of Water & Waste, a multi-location California landscaping service not to mention, The Cypress, a North Carolina a senior retirement facility.  (Old folks homes remain a specialty!).

All of these various entities share one common trait; the desire to harness their employees’ commitment to safety through a rewards/recognition approach that assiduously follows OSHA’s new guidelines.

Safety Pays is what provides them the confidence that they’ll succeed in such a worthy effort.