Safety professionals have been limited to dealing with personal safety from the external perspective, by just putting a physical barrier between the worker and the workplace exposures. They include P.P.E., yellow lines on the floor, railings, machine guards, and more. Despite the billions spent each year on external safety, we know it isn’t enough. We still see approximately 500,000 serious injuries each year, with over 4,000 workplace fatalities.
Your organization should look to focus on the internal side of safety.
All individuals possess these psychological traits, known as SafetyDNA, that ultimately determine their safety behavior. The recent breakthrough in SafetyDNA research finally provides conclusive evidence that internal safety traits are the key to understanding personal at-risk behavior and injuries. If this is new to you, consider downloading this whitepaper.
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