How to predict, prevent workplace injuries

how to predict, prevent workplace injuries

Publication: Pittsburgh Business Times
Issue: March 2013

It has been statistically proven, using four years of real world safety data, that workplace injuries can be predicted with accuracy rates as high as 97 percent.  It has also been proven across numerous companies that if injuries can be predicted, they can be prevented.

Here are some examples:

  • A large public university saved more than $20 million in insurance fees across four years of building projects.
  • A Fortune 150 energy company reduced its injury rate by 67% within 18 months.
  • A Fortune 150 manufacturer reduced its lost workday rate by 97% within one year.
  • A top 20 construction company achieved significant safety improvements, including 90% of work sites experiencing no lost time incidents.

How did these companies achieve such dramatic work place safety results.  Read the full article here.  


Griffin Schultz

Written by Griffin Schultz

While employed by Predictive Solutions, Griffin Schulz was responsible for all aspects of the business including sales, delivery and strategy functions, as well as product management, software development and marketing initiatives.

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