Leuze electronic's Safety Services Program

For every $1 invested in workplace safety and health, Employers see a $4 to $6 return (MIOSHA- Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration) For every $1 invested in workplace safety and health, Employers see a $4 to $6 return (MIOSHA- Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration)

Safety increases productivity -
Productivity increases profitability...


Top Ten Bottom Line Benefits:

  • Decreased work related accident absenteeism
  • Decreased workers compensation costs
  • Decreased employee health care costs
  • Decreased scrap/waste
  • Greater efficiency
  • Increased quality
  • Higher Productivity
  • Positive brand image
  • Increased employee morale
  • Increase employee retention rates

Common Safety Questions

  • Who is Responsible for Safety?
    The plant owner, the management, the machine builder, the integrator, the operator. We all are. Today, when we purchase a new or used piece of equipment we should be considering what safety measures if any have been supplied with that equipment and what more needs to be done to ensure the safety of our employees and those around them.
  • Safety, Productivity, Efficiency, how does it work together?
    When appropriate safety measures are installed based on a proper assessment of the hazards associated with the equipment and in consultation with the operators Safety will not affect your productivity and efficiency negatively. To the contrary. it should improve it!
  • How do I make my plant safe?
    First, decide what needs to be done, do you need a complete company audit, an individual plant audit or perhaps a particular machine audit.
    Second, you need to have a plan and scope for the work to be done, a time line and a budget.
    Third, recruit a recognized safety specialist to work with you and your organization “step by step” to ensure the plan and scope have been followed and the end result is a safety solution that meets or exceeds the local legislative requirements and your needs.