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Fall Protection: How Much Will It Save You?

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OSHA offers a calculator called “$afety Pays” which helps estimate cost gains realized through the prevention of occupational injuries due to falls. Businesses can use this information to predict the direct and indirect costs of injuries and the sales needed to compensate for these losses.  

 

Although the calculator can assess the financial impact of many types of accidents and occupationally related illnesses, we often use this tool to show clients how much comprehensive fall protection can save their organization.  The tool is free, easy to use, and available here.

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