Properly and consistently identifying Hazards is a learned skill. It is not innate. Training employees to properly identify and control Hazards requires a targeted approach-much like a cookbook
The copyrighted Ten Causes of Accidents is used as a guide. These are the ten causes or contributing causes of accidents, as found in accident reports.
Obviously, the better our workers search for and control hazards, the greater the opportunity to create a safe workplace. (An OSHA requirement!)
The process is taught using a memory system and images. This allows employees to learn and implement the skill quickly and without carrying any additional paperwork. Since we use images, the system works in any language, as evidenced by our program being taught and implemented in many countries.
Some of the Ten Causes of Accidents are:
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