When it comes to its own safety, the Seattle-based company, one of the most respected outdoor equipment manufacturers in the world, turns to HART Health. Cascade takes employee health and safety seriously and goes to great lengths to protect employees so they have excellent first aid supplies, and can stay on the job and be productive in the event of a scrape, cold, small cut or upset stomach.
Jason Blaschka, Cascade’s director of safety, previously worked for a large company with 4,000 employees that switched to HART Health because of dissatisfaction with its former first aid supplies provider. He was happy to see Cascade Designs had switched to HART Health because HART’s first aid stations are very popular with employees.
“We are dedicated to our employees as much as we are to our brand,” says Blaschka. “Our employees really love HART Health products. I can tell you one way I know they are top notch: I never get any complaints on the quality. It’s one reason I really love HART. Another is because of the unique inventory control system; we never have to worry about running out of supplies.”
At HART Health we hear stories like Blaschka’s over and over. We’ve spent more than 30 years building a brand that’s recognized widely for quality and affordability. We’ve created strong bonds of trust with thousands of companies that rely on us for the best and most affordable first aid program. Our industrial first aid supplies and over-the-counter medications set the standard for the commercial workplace.
“I’ve always valued HART’s excellence and their great service,” Blaschka says. “I have absolutely no reason to go anywhere else for our first aid supplies. My attitude is, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Another thing’s for sure – the market for industrial first aid service is wide open.
Our franchises are growing and in many markets provide a much better alternative to the two large corporate competitors, Zee Medical and Cintas. Spending on industrial first aid supplies has continued to grow even during the economic downturn and as the job market improves, spending will continue to grow.
OSHA requires companies to stock first aid supplies plus having them on hand makes employees happy. In fact, it might just be one of the least expensive ways to improve employee morale.
HART Health is uniquely positioned to dominate this niche and as a HART franchise owner, you could grow with us. Interested in finding out more about HART Health and the opportunity to sell and deliver products that make life better? Search around the site and click the “request information” button.