Improved training programs can contribute to better safety performance, communication and camaraderie. When employees have the knowledge and skills they need to do their jobs safely, the risk for workplace injuries and illnesses is reduced. Safety training is an important tool you use to help employees achieve safe performance.
The key to an effective safety incentive program is to motivate, recognize and reward the right type of behavior. Many employers implement safety incentive programs as they seek to recognize and reward employees for practicing safe and healthful work practices. While incentives are popular, they aren’t always effective. Simply rewarding employees to “work safely” or to “not get injured” doesn’t address the actual cause of injuries
In talking with safety professionals, there is variation as to what types of events are tracked as near misses. Some employers simply capture events that could have easily resulted in injury but didn’t. Some extend this to events that could have easily resulted in property damage but didn’t. Some even consider an event where there was property damage but no injury to be a near miss, while others view this as an actual “accident.”
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