Proactive vs. Reactive Risk Management
Precision Facility knows you want the best for your facilities, and we’re here to help you provide it. One of our goals is to allow you to stay proactive in your risk-management approach.
Reactive risk management waits until a problem occurs before taking action. This is the management style that overlooks spills or poor lighting and visibility, resolving those hazards only after an injury or complaint is logged.
Proactive risk management, on the other hand, does its best to provide a safe, risk-free environment at all times. Walkways and sidewalks are free of debris; shrubs are cut back to provide clear visibility; equipment is stored safely when not in use; indoor and outdoor lighting is regularly inspected; fans and other methods of ventilation are well-maintained.
In short, proactive risk management looks for potential problems and takes steps to ensure these problems never develop.
PFE can help you assess your facility’s risks and take steps to avoid unnecessary injury or damage. We’ll work with you to assess the condition of your equipment, the visibility of your interior and exterior, and more. We’ll work with you to determine what your business to avoid unnecessary risks, and we’ll help you find the staff you need to keep your facilities at their best and most risk-free at all times.