OSHA and Abbott Case Studies. Through their Alliance, OSHA and Abbott worked with the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business to develop case studies that communicate the business value and competitive advantages of an effective safety and health program.
OSHA and Graphics Arts Coalition Case Study: "Ritrama Invests in Safety and Improves Its Bottom Line." OSHA. (June 2007). Ritrama, a multi-national corporation, designed and implemented a program to educate the managers, supervisors and employees about safe work practices and company-specific procedures at a manufacturing plant. As a result of the program, the company reduced its workers' compensation premiums, increased productivity and product quality, and improved its employee recruitment and retention.
Does It Really Work? How to Evaluate Safety and Health Changes in the Workplace. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Publication No. 2004-135, (March 2004).
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