BHS Risk Management partners with clients to decrease the likelihood of an accident and thus potentially reduce insurance premiums through a comprehensive risk exposure review including:
- Injury reporting & trend analysis
- OSHA 300 Log review & training & compliance assistance
- Food Service injury potential / training
- Slips / Trips / Falls prevention
- Ergonomic evaluation & training
- Construction audits
- Development of targeted approaches to reduce the likelihood of losses
- Safety Training, Modules & Programs
Please review the more comprehensive sampling of our safety training modules and programs below. If you are interested in a topic that is not listed, please let us know – we can create customized training programs specifically for your business.
What is business risk management?
Business risk management refers to the process of identifying, assessing, and mitigating potential risks that could impact a business's objectives and operations. It involves analyzing various risks, implementing strategies and controls to minimize their impact, and monitoring and adapting these measures over time. Risk management aims to protect the business from financial losses, reputational damage, legal liabilities, and other adverse effects that can result from unforeseen events or uncertainties.
Why is risk management important?
Risk management is important for businesses because it helps them proactively identify and address potential risks before they escalate into significant problems. By implementing risk management practices, businesses can minimize the impact of adverse events, protect their assets, maintain financial stability, and ensure continuity of operations. It allows businesses to make informed decisions, allocate resources effectively, and improve their overall resilience. Risk management also enhances the confidence of stakeholders, including customers, employees, investors, and insurers, as it demonstrates the business's commitment to managing uncertainties and protecting its interests.
Safety Training, Modules & Programs
- Control of Hazardous Energy—Lockout/Tag out
- Hazard Communication
- Disaster Planning
- Repetitive Motion Safety
- Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors, Drug Free Workplace, DOT
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Prevention of Back Injuries
- OSHA 300 Log
- Injury Reporting & Trend Analysis
- Exposure Control Programs
- Confined Space Evaluations
- Powered Industrial Lift Truck
- Hearing Conservation
- Violence in the Workplace
- Food Service Injury Potential/Employee Training
- Electrical Safety Awareness
- American Heart Association First Aid/CPR Training
- Construction SafetySite Evaluations
- Industrial Hygiene Services
- Claim/Accident Investigations
- Return to Work Evaluations
- Driver Qualification File Review
This is a sample list of our safety training modules and programs. If you are interested in a topic that is not listed, please let us know – we can create customized training programs specifically for your business.