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Infographic: Bradley Curve assures safety improvements

June 23, 2014
The Bradley Curve helps clients understand how to control their safety performance in a plant.
The Bradley Curve, created in 1995 by DuPont, helps clients understand how to control their safety performance in a plant. The infographic here shows the evolution of safety culture and demonstrates the ability to buy in from the plant floor to the top management. The Bradley Curve displays the differences between reactive and dependent, independent and interdependent, and includes an expert's opinion on the profits of safety improvements. 

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