Safety Leadership Case Study


The Business Case

Since an average OSHA Recordable Injury costs between $30,000 and $40,000, a rapid reduction in injuries results in significant improvements in earnings as well as in employee morale and dedication. Those organizations, who build on the workshops we lead, use the maps we’ve developed together, and actively support the safety teams and their discussions see rapid improvements in the organization’s safety performance – often achieving over a 50% reduction in injury frequency rates in just a few months.

(Note: CSR Invicta Sugar Mill, Total Recordable Frequency Rate/ 1,000,000 exposure hours.
DuPont Belle Plant, Total Recordable Cases (Frequency Rate)/200,000 exposure hours.)