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Safety Management

In 2012, occupational injuries and deaths cost society nearly $200 billion. Organizations are becoming increasingly aware that engraining a safety culture in their business, reduces cost and increases productivity. To be successful, a safety culture must become a core value endorsed by top management. Safety needs to be recognized as a key business risk and managed in a way that is cost effective and links directly to business needs. Good safety management requires organizations to recognize the way people, capital, and systems interrelate. Charles Taylor Safety Management Services offer a solution.

Safety Management Systems

Safety Management Systems are an effective solution for controlling and eliminating losses from work related injury, illness, and property damage.

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Six Steps to Safety Culture

Our unique and comprehensive six step program

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Case Study: Stevedore/Terminal Operator

A Stevedoring company was incurring major losses from employee injuries while working at their Terminal

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Larry Toepper
President - Charles Taylor Safety Management

Tel  +1 713 212 7608 Mobile: +1 469-951-9069
Mobile +1 469-951-9069
Email larry.toepper@ctplc.com

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