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In 2014, 20.5% of all worker fatalities were in construction. That equates to one in five worker deaths last year. Of those construction fatalities, a full 58% were comprised of the “fatal four” causes; falls, being caught between objects, electrocution and being struck by an object.Read this post
Over 1 million inspections are now performed by our awesome customers using SafetyCulture iAuditor each month. This milestone has only been possible because front line workers are driving change from the bottom up.Read this post
In 2014, the United States suffered from 4,679 fatal work injuries. On average that is 13 deaths per day. Surprisingly, some of the most dangerous jobs also have the lowest annual salaries. The infographic below investigates the top dangerous jobs in the United States.Read this post
One of the main goals of every hotel is to meet and exceed the requirements of their customers. Hotels depend heavily on clients for profit just like any other business. It’s the little details that can make such a difference to the customer experience.Read this post
Checklists seem simple, Gawande says, author of the best-selling book, Checklist Manifesto. They are sometimes hard for us to accept when people are in complex jobs that rely on experience and skill. Just ticking boxes on a checklist is not the ultimate goal, the goal is to embrace a culture of teamRead this post