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Safety & Training Ensure Results
It’s important to choose a facilities services provider who has effective safety management systems in place. Safety comes first at ABM. We understand the value these systems can add to your facility and operations, such as:
Facilities operate more efficiently when health and safety considerations are part of the equation. Lost productivity costs businesses $60 billion* a year!
Businesses spend $170 billion annually on costs associated with occupational injuries and illness. However, facilities focused on safety and health enjoy diminished liability claims among other related cost-savings.
We Work With You to Promote Safety
We believe in partnering with our clients to maximize the benefit of our mutual safety efforts. With dedicated teams specializing in safety, worker's compensation, liability claims and insurance management, our Risk Management professionals work hand-in-hand with your team to promote the safest possible environment at your facility.
Regular Worksite Safety Inspections
These inspections are designed to identify potential hazards and evaluate compliance requirements.
Training & Tools
All ABM employees receive general safety training as well as specialized safety training as warranted by their assigned duties. Likewise, our staff is trained to consider the health and safety of the people around them, such as building occupants and visitors.
Our service-delivery training program focuses on teaching the very processes that have made ABM a leader in the industry. Extensive on-the-job training ensures that our qualified staff outshines the competition by delivering better results faster.
Our Green Care program is not only good for the environment, it’s healthier for your occupants and your bottom line.
Client Safety Requirements & Compliance
ABM can readily adopt and implement any safety procedures currently in place at your facility.
Safety Awareness Programs
Our programs include:
- Safety Action Program
- Safety Communication Program
- Driver Alert Program
- Motor Vehicle Record Check Program
- National Supply Vendor Alliances
- National Equipment Vendor Alliances
- Industry Specific Experts
- Service Certification Programs
- Operational Training Programs
- Safety Committee Meetings
- Site Safety Inspections & Hazard Assessment Programs
- Injury, Illness and Prevention Program (IIPP)
Learn more about safety and training specific to:
* Source: www.osha.gov, OSHA, "Safety & Health Add Value To Your Business. To Your Workplace. To Your Life."