I started my own business a few years ago, and I considered myself very lucky when it became profitable almost immediately. I was sure that was a sign that it was destined to keep growing, but to my surprise, my earnings became stagnant after being in business just a few months. I thought I was doing everything right, but I just wasn't making enough to stay in business much longer. I finally reached my wits end and called in outside help from a business consultant. I wish I had done it sooner, because it was the outside, unbiased view I needed to make my business more profitable. The consultant helped me make a few tweaks to my supply chain and marketing plan, and my profits increased dramatically. I like helping new business owners, so I decided to create a blog to share my tips!
14 May 2020
In some industries, employees have to work in various types of confined spaces. For example, your employees might have to work in vaults, tanks, manholes, or other confined spaces. As you probably already know, this can be dangerous. You can focus on keeping your employees as safe as possible when they are working in confined spaces if you follow the tips below. Perform Inspections When Possible When possible, you should carefully check out the confined space that your employees will be working in.