The workplace can be fraught with unseen hazards posed by any number of working conditions and materials. Employers are required by law to be proactive in identifying these potential hazards and to act with the best interest of their employees in mind at all times. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets forth clear and precise regulations regarding the responsibilities of employers in providing a safe work environment for their employees. It is the employer’s responsibility to find and correct any safety and health problems as well as to eliminate or lessen hazards in the workplace.
Owning a business often seems like jumping from one crisis to another, but there’s a difference between putting out fires around your business and actually fighting a fire in your business. Being prepared for the emergencies that will occasionally rise up can mean the difference between succeeding or failing as a business. As a business owner, it is vital to be ready for some of the most common business emergencies, which can range from physical to financial.
Cash Flow Interruption