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Build A Better Workplace With A Preventative Safety Culture

There were roughly three million non-fatal accidents and more than ten thousand severe injuries in 2014. In the safest workplace era we’ve ever lived in, these figures are far too high. A preventative safety culture can help organizations avoid workplace accidents before they arise.

A strong safety culture is built upon a foundation of employee buy-in. Through transparency of past accidents and high-risk activities, peer-to-peer and individual accountability will become common traits among workers.

Identify areas of routine operation that often result in the most injuries by utilizing data gathered through an Environmental, Health and Safety software platform. This allows safety managers to develop training classes targeted at supplying useful information that can be implemented instantly.

Has your company started a predictive safety culture? Leave a comment below and let us know what you believe is most important to its success.

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