Why Securing Plant Assets is the Best Way to Protect the Safety of Your Employees
In June of 2018, the largest electric utility in Kansas closed down its biggest generating plant, the Jeffrey Energy Center, after an accident cost the lives of two plant workers.
Unfortunately, situations like the one above are far from unique; a study conducted between 1907 and 2007 discovered there were 279 major energy accidents globally, causing 182,156 deaths and $41 billion in property damages.
This leaves us with an urgent question: “How can we prevent accidents in the energy sector?”
From vehicles to lifts, from specialized tools to hazardous chemicals, read on to understand these three reasons why securing your plant assets is one of the best ways to protect the safety of your employees.
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