Slideshow: 6 small business safety hazards (and how to avoid them) Posted in Business Owning a small business is all about knowing when to take risks and when to play it safe. But when it comes to workplace safety, your only option is to take the safest route and eliminate risks. As a small business owner, it’s your duty to be actively searching for, preventing and relieving workplace hazards to keep employees safe and decrease the likelihood of suffering a loss. Accidents do happen. So don’t wait to secure your business. Even small risks that go unnoticed can have a big impact. Take a look at our slideshow “6 small business safety hazards (and how to avoid them)” to see if your business is at risk and what actions you can take now to eliminate common safety hazards from your workplace. Are you protecting your business, yourself and, most importantly, your employees from these six common workplace hazards? Learn about our Business Insurance Learn More Information presented in this slideshow was collected from third-party resources. Grange makes no guarantee with regard to the effectiveness or validity of the information. Commercial insurance policies are offered through Grange Insurance Company, Columbus, OH, and its affiliated companies. Grange products are not available in all states. This slideshow is for informational and suggestion purposes only. If the policy coverage descriptions in this slideshow conflict with the language in the policy, the language in the policy applies. Implementing one or more of these suggestions does not guarantee coverage. For full details on Grange’s business insurance coverages and discounts, contact your local, independent Grange insurance agent. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Related resources Safety tips to protect your contracting business and employees Posted in Business In the contracting world, it literally takes sweat to build up a business. After all the hard work you’ve put in, you don’t want to see anything bring your company down. Protecting your livelihood, your employees and your assets begins with understanding what you’re up against on the job every day.