As readers of this series know, the topic of proactive risk management was covered both broadly and deeply before the ongoing Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. (For examples see here.) That central topic focus has not slowed even one iota since the pandemic took hold. (Once again, for more examples see here.)
Why, you may rightly ask? Simply put (and this writer is able to put it simply because he gave a university grad school lecture on the topic of proactive risk management this past week…) it is less expensive in terms of time, talent, and treasure to apply what one has learned over time about applicable risks and apply it to a constantly evolving business environment. Simple enough. For the details see the article entitled A Change in Business Plans. Resilience and Flexibility is Important in These Times.
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Well, the world keeps turning, even amidst a global pandemic. And with it, sound proactive risk management planning. Towards that end, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is sponsoring Safe + Sound Week from August 10 through 16, 2020.
As described by OSHA:
Safe + Sound Week is a nationwide event held each August that recognizes the successes of workplace health and safety programs and offers information and ideas on how to keep America’s workers safe.
Safe + Sound Week consists of three elements for businesses:
- Sign-up. Easy enough. Just go here.
- Plan and promote Safe + Sound Week events at the workplace and in the community. How to do that, one may ask? Visit here. And there are examples, too.
- Recognize the participation with a certificate (suitable for framing) and a ‘challenge coin’ (no idea what that is…). Visit here to gather one’s post-participation awards.
So adopt a proactive risk management mindset, register for Safe + Sound Week, and… be safe. Do you want to know why? Because as business operators, ‘you’ want a positive “ROI”. Always.
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‘ICYMI’ – Did you happen to notice there were no footnotes in this article (again)?
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– For more information, call Philip N. Kabler of the Gainesville, FL office of Bogin, Munns & Munns at 352.332.7688, where he practices in the areas of business, banking, real estate, and equine law. He has taught business and real estate law courses at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business Administration and Levin College of Law and is the President-Elect of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association.
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