You understand the importance of safety within your organization. But perhaps your supervisor isn't sold on the idea of a comprehensive program for safety in the workplace. So how do you convince your supervisor otherwise?
Often, objections to NSC membership are money-related. However, NSC membership actually saves your organization money. The Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety found that there is a $3-$6 savings for every $1 an organization invests in safety.
Or, maybe your supervisor complains of the inconvenience of implementing a comprehensive safety program. But is implementation really inconvenient when it saves your organization money, reduces employee injury, and increases employee morale and productivity? We think not. We'd argue that National Safety Council Membership pays for itself.
To learn more, and to make a fuller case, download our guide for Preparing the Business Case for Investment in Safety before talking with your boss.