Safety Improves When Your Workforce is Engaged

Safety Improves When Your Workforce is Engaged

Businesses are learning that workplace injuries are reduced when employee engagement is improved, through a focus on health and wellness, as well as clear processes to identify and control hazards. Travelers Insurance has produced the following infographic that shows key elements to a safety improvement process.
  1. Hazard Recognition and Control
  2. Pinpoint Safe Work Practices
  3. Observation and Feedback
  4. Process Management
  5. Performance Measurement
An Engaged Workforce Can Improve Safety [Infographic]

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