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Accident-free is not an impossible goal to reach. However, it can only be achieved if a company has a strong safety culture. While safety is everyone’s responsibility in the workplace, the most successful companies take a top-down approach to safety. This means a company’s leadership team proactively and visibly demonstrates its commitment to safety at all times.
If you’re a not-for-profit service provider looking to reduce workers compensation costs, one of the best ways to do so is by building a culture of safety. Once everyone in your organization understands why a safety culture is important, you have to lay the foundation for this new culture. There are three key premises to consider: optimal teamwork, a learning and growing environment and a focus on a predictive model versus a reactive model.