Are you enduring claims, employee recovery time, high injuries, and high fees for liability Insurance?

360 Safety Solutions specializes in bringing effective tools and strategies to improve organizational safety culture, minimize accidents and permanently establish a record of continuous safety improvement which transfers to bottom-line.

Construction is a high-hazard industry.  A safe contractor wins because he or she understands safety affects the successful completion of the contract as well as budget integrity.  360 Safety Solutions focuses on safety management and training for the construction industry to  ensure contractor project success and benefit the bottom-line for these clients.

On the other hand, safety issues may lead to a high MOD rate, jeopardizing a company’s opportunity to bid on projects. By focusing on reducing the liability exposure and costs that result in insurance premium reduction, insured losses as well as the hidden costs of accidents are significantly reduced, which also continues to add to the bottom-line. The added bonus is a reduction in the contractors’ workers’ compensation, auto and general liability premium rates charged by the firm’s insurance carrier. The owner wins because his/her involvement helps to promote quality workmanship, prevent third-party lawsuits, and reduce general liability and property damage claims that would otherwise inflate the overall costs of the contract.

If the contractor has a great workers’ compensation safety record, the firm is more efficient in reducing risks, more profitable, has more on-time completion of contracts, less rework and is in effect, actively working to reduce the construction risks to the owner of the project. Owners who want to recognize the advantages a good contractors’ safety program may bring to a project should hire and demand contractors that actively and successfully control their risks through comprehensive safety programs.

The process of preventing employee injuries and illnesses makes the contractor more efficient and effective with projects. The pressure to cut corners, skimp on materials, reduce quality, or rush to get the project completed is significantly reduced through compliance to a good, jobsite safety program.

Safety is planned into the job as an integral part of the operation rather than something that is used only when it is necessary. This reduces the “shoot from the hip” decision making process and replaces it through the implementation of successful safety planning.