As is the case with an expenditure for new equipment, budget is always a concern. This is especially true in today's economic climate. The question is, however, what is the cost of not employing such a system? Consider just a few possibilities of the costs that may be prevented:
The old saying that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" could not be more relevant. Being proactive to prevent workplace tragedies is far better than being reactive after a tragedy, or even a near tragedy, occurs.