Most large scale businesses are already fully aware and appreciative of this fact. Legislated to do so or not, they remain alert to the fact that there is a lot riding on their shoulders to ensure that all aspects of the business remain safe and sound. This is necessary to safeguard the business premises, its contents and inventory of serviceable goods, its staff and most importantly, its clientele, as the case may be. In the event of an incident that requires emergency rescue with immediate effect, costly liability is possible to the business if such ER is not available and third parties are harmed as a result.
Notice must be made all the more loudly to small scale operators who continue to circumvent responsibilities purely in order to cut costs. Rather, it becomes a case of dangerously cutting corners and that is no responsible or prudent way to run a business. And just so you know it costs next to nothing to train your staff in emergency rescue. Tower rescue training can be sponsored by local authorities. If not, the training fees associated with this key course pale in comparison to long term costs of damages.
Today, no man hours need to be lost as a result of sending staff off on a mandatory safety training and emergency rescue training course. Particularly where logistics are at issue, staff do not even need to leave the business premises. Training lasting as little as a few hours can be conducted remotely, or online. The rewards in completing such necessary training are exponential and all staff that readily equip themselves will be recognized for their work with certification.
And of course, when an emergency incident does emerge, lives could be saved as a result of the training.