Compared to other industries, is your industry a relatively dangerous industry to work in, a relatively safe industry to work in, or about average?
Which presents the greatest potential on-the-job danger to your employees?
How many of your employees drive a vehicle as part of their job?
Do you screen applicants for jobs with driving responsibilities for prior moving traffic violations, drunk driving convictions, etc.?
Do you conduct driver safety training sessions for your drivers or send them to a place that does?
Do your customers have free entry into your business or must they pass a guard, receptionist desk, or locked door before they enter?
Do you want or not want people to pass a security screen before entering your business? Do you feel that way strongly?
Do you use security cameras to increase employee safety?
Do you check the background of potential employees to determine if they have a history of violent behavior?
Do you personally conduct or do you have someone else conduct periodic safety inspections of your workplace(s)?
Volume 2, Issue 1, 2002
ISSN - 1534-8326
William J. Dennis, Jr.
NFIB Research Foundation
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