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A Science-Based Approach to Workplace Safety [White paper]

Monday, December 21, 2015

Changing a person’s behavior is often incredibly challenging. That being said, there are ways to accomplish this task—especially when the incentive for change is a safer workplace.

Dr. D.J. Moran, an expert in building leadership commitment to safety, has developed behavioral-based tricks of the trade for improving worker safety that have been proven to result in:

  • Fewer errors on the job
  • A greater ability to master new training
  • An accelerated rate of adopting new work methods
  • An increased propensity to innovate
  • Better mental health
  • Improved work competence

In fact, construction companies that have implemented these behavioral-based tactics into their workforce have doubled specific voluntary safety behaviors.

Our latest white paper, “Building a Commitment to Workplace Safety,” developed by our Partners at Assurex Global, highlights these points and more, going into depth on behavioral-based safety commitment.

By reading this white paper, you’ll understand 1) what a commitment to safety really is, 2) the differences between internal and external safety, and finally 3) tactile components of safety commitment.








Material posted on this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a legal opinion or medical advice. Contact your legal representative or medical professional for information specific to your legal or medical needs.

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