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Programs to Encourage Your Employees to Work Safely and More Productively.

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Your Safety Program
will pay for itself:

Every Dollar saved is PURE PROFIT...

  • Reduce Accidents by 50% - 100%
  • Lower Workers Compensation Costs
  • Cut Insurance Costs
  • Increase Near Miss Awareness
  • Reduce Absenteeism
  • Productivity will increase
  • Waste is reduced
  • Create a Safety Attitude
  • Promote Teamwork
  • Accomplish Established Goals
  • Attitude, & Morale are Improved
  • ... and more!
Merchandise Vs. Cash Awards
If you ask your employees, or almost anyone: "Would your prefer merchandise or cash?" Almost 95 to 98% will say: "Cash". However, studies and experience has shown that merchandise and gifts are a better motivator over the long term.

Click Here to see why more companies are moving toward merchandise awards.

Not Just for Safety Programs
Most of our Products, Gifts, and Awards can also be used for other Programs including:
  • Employee Recognition
  • Years of Service Awards
  • Near Miss Awareness
  • Productivity
  • Suggestions
  • New Employee Referrals
  • Human Resource
And, for sales and marketing
  • Motivation
  • Sales
  • Marketing
The Most Dangerous Jobs In America
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released its list of the most dangerous jobs in the country and the good news is that 2009 was one of the safest years on record. The bad news is that there were still 4,340 fatal injuries. The report points specifically to driving-related jobs as the most dangerous, accounting for nearly half of work-related deaths. Other occupations that ranked high on the list were logging, aircraft pilots, fishing, construction and garbage collecting. This report could be a good way to approach your management about the importance of establishing and supporting an ongoing safety program. For the complete list of jobs check out the Bureau's full report: