Do you know what things are putting your company at risk?

There are a lot of factors driving the costs in your organization. Some are out of your control. But many are directly influenced by the policies and procedures your business has in place. A risk management consultant has the expertise to identify potential problems, and can help you implement solutions.

At Southwest Safety, our proactive approach uncovers risks before they become costly violations, accidents, or lawsuits. We can interface with your insurance company, help align your business practices with underwriting standards, lower your E-Mod, and reduce your premium costs; all this to equal a healthier bottom line.

It’s why at Southwest Safety, our motto is: Live Safely = Save Money. 

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5 Reasons to Hire a Safety Consultant


  1. Less expensive than hiring a full-time employee. Plus, a professional consultant has a wide breadth of experience in dealing with the regulatory agencies, risk management, and safety training. 
  2. Get a creative, objective point-of-view. An outside consultant can bring a fresh perspective to your company’s challenges, without getting bogged down by corporate culture, employee morale, or historical norms that impede change. 
  3. Stay up-to-date. Health and safety regulations are constantly changing. A knowledgeable consultant will help align your business practices with the latest legislation so you can avoid costly citations and penalties.
  4. Achieve results quicker. Most organizations don’t have a lot of manpower to spare. One-off projects, like creating a safety program or developing a training protocol, often occur as distractions from your core mission. A consultant knows where to focus to get the biggest impact and can dedicate the time and energy to get the job done.
  5. Increase profit by decreasing costs. Over time, fewer health and safety violations will lower your eMod, reduce your insurance premiums, and eliminate fines. Improved safety also increases employee morale and satisfaction. Cost savings combined with increased productivity will boost your bottom line.