A Safer Personality

Businesses spend $170 billion a year on workplace injuries, and proper safety training can lower these costs by 20-40%. To create the most comprehensive safety climate, a company has to combine the right traditional safety methods with safety-based personality assessments.

Conventional wisdom says on-the-job training that focuses on education, equipment, and protocol leads to safer employees. While this line of thought has certainly lowered the number of workplace injuries, it tends to ignore research that shows that a worker’s personality and behavior play key roles in creating a culture of safety.

The right combination of traditional safety training and personality assessment that helps to gauge safety-related behavior can have a significant impact on your organization’s overall safety and bottom line.

Learn how to create a culture of safety in your organization in the ebook, A Safer Personality.

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