Implement a digital HR solution to make blue collar workers’ health and safety an organizational priority.
The International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) report on World Day of Safety and Health at Work—2022, outlined that nearly 2.9 million workers die every year due to occupational accidents and diseases, and at least 402 million employees suffer non-fatal occupational injuries. This is reason enough for organizations to design health and safety strategies to keep employees safe, boost productivity, and reduce organizational costs and liabilities.
Blue-collar firms must craft a comprehensive reporting mechanism for health and safety performance to facilitate effective decision-making. Data and technology are critical enablers to ensure compliance with external stakeholders like regulatory bodies, insurance companies, independent adjusters, etc. In addition, organizations can also focus on employee engagement.
Technology can play a vital role in fostering a safe and healthy workplace culture for blue-collar and all employees. Wipro’s playbook illustrates three simple steps to navigate towards a compliant and safe workforce with technology as an enabler.
Download this playbook and learn how to build a safe work environment that attracts, retains, and nurtures the blue-collar talent.