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The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey

The Journey to Safety Excellence

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to

Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to Safety Excellence to keep their most important asset – their employees – safe.

The Human Toll

Nearly 11 American workers die on the job each day. Christopher, 22, died when a
Nearly 11
American workers
die on the job
each day.
Christopher, 22, died
when a crane fell on
him.
120
Teresa, 42, died while
working in extreme heat.
80
60
40
John, 56,
20
died after 0 being struck by metal -20 doors. That’s about 4,000 a year.
died after
0
being struck
by metal
-20
doors.
That’s about
4,000 a year.

Nearly 12,900 U.S. workers are injured on the job each day—about

4,700,000 a year.
4,700,000 a year.
53,000 427,000 estimated fatal workplace illnesses each year estimated non-fatal workplace illnesses each year
53,000
427,000
estimated fatal workplace
illnesses each year
estimated non-fatal workplace
illnesses each year
year estimated non-fatal workplace illnesses each year Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for access to free safety

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© 2016 National Safety Council

Sources: American Journal of Industrial Medicine Injury Facts, 2016 Edition • IRSAL • Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine Journal of Organizational Behavior Management Liberty Mutual Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly Towers Perrin Report

Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin
Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin

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The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey

The Journey to Safety Excellence

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to

Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to Safety Excellence to keep their most important asset – their employees – safe.

The Financial Impact

$140 billion

$140 billion Total economic cost of worker injury and death, including: $45.7 billion Wage and productivity
$140 billion Total economic cost of worker injury and death, including: $45.7 billion Wage and productivity
$140 billion Total economic cost of worker injury and death, including: $45.7 billion Wage and productivity
$140 billion Total economic cost of worker injury and death, including: $45.7 billion Wage and productivity

Total economic cost of worker injury and death, including:

$45.7 billion

Wage and productivity losses

$44.7 billion

Administrative expenses

$31.7 billion

Medical costs

billion Administrative expenses $31.7 billion Medical costs $46 billion Estimated cost of fatal workplace illnesses
$46 billion Estimated cost of fatal workplace illnesses $12 billion Estimated cost of nonfatal workplace
$46 billion
Estimated cost of fatal workplace illnesses
$12 billion
Estimated cost of nonfatal workplace illnesses
$12 billion Estimated cost of nonfatal workplace illnesses $1.42 $39,000 4:1 SAFETY MAKES CENTS million Possible
$12 billion Estimated cost of nonfatal workplace illnesses $1.42 $39,000 4:1 SAFETY MAKES CENTS million Possible
$1.42 $39,000 4:1
$1.42
$39,000
4:1
cost of nonfatal workplace illnesses $1.42 $39,000 4:1 SAFETY MAKES CENTS million Possible savings for each

SAFETY MAKES CENTS

workplace illnesses $1.42 $39,000 4:1 SAFETY MAKES CENTS million Possible savings for each avoided medically
million Possible savings for each avoided medically consulted injury Possible savings for each avoided occupational
million
Possible savings for
each avoided medically
consulted injury
Possible savings for each
avoided occupational fatality
Save an additional $4 of
indirect incident cost for
every $1 in direct costs
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© 2016 National Safety Council

Sources: American Journal of Industrial Medicine Injury Facts, 2014 Edition • IRSAL • Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine Journal of Organizational Behavior Management Liberty Mutual Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly Towers Perrin Report

Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
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#safetyjourney

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey

The Journey to Safety Excellence

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to

Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to Safety Excellence to keep their most important asset – their employees – safe.

Guide for the Journey The Journey is a quest for continuous improvement and a safeguard
Guide for the Journey
The Journey is a quest for
continuous improvement and a
safeguard against the trap of
complacency. It helps you
WHERE ARE YOU NOW,
AND WHERE DO YOU
WANT TO BE?

answer

KEY QUESTIONS.

HOW DO YOU MANAGE YOUR IMPROVEMENT AND MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS?

DO YOU MANAGE YOUR IMPROVEMENT AND MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS ? HOW DO YOU MOVE FORWARD ?
DO YOU MANAGE YOUR IMPROVEMENT AND MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS ? HOW DO YOU MOVE FORWARD ?

HOW DO YOU MOVE FORWARD?

AND MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS ? HOW DO YOU MOVE FORWARD ? Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for
AND MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS ? HOW DO YOU MOVE FORWARD ? Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for
AND MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS ? HOW DO YOU MOVE FORWARD ? Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for
AND MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS ? HOW DO YOU MOVE FORWARD ? Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for
AND MEASURE YOUR PROGRESS ? HOW DO YOU MOVE FORWARD ? Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for

Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for access to free safety tools and resources.

© 2016 National Safety Council

Sources: American Journal of Industrial Medicine Injury Facts, 2016 Edition • IRSAL • Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine Journal of Organizational Behavior Management Liberty Mutual Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly Towers Perrin Report

Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney

#safetyjourney

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey

The Journey to Safety Excellence

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to

Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to Safety Excellence to keep their most important asset – their employees – safe.

1 Leadership and Employee Engagement Leadership + Employee Engagement = Increased Safety Culture and Lower

1

Leadership and Employee Engagement

Leadership + Employee Engagement = Increased Safety Culture and Lower Injury and Illness Rates

Organizations with high employee engagement outperform those with less-engaged employees in 3 areas:

outperform those with less-engaged employees in 3 areas: Leaders create a safety culture when they engage
Leaders create a safety culture when they engage all employees, communicate a safety vision from
Leaders create a safety culture
when they engage all
employees, communicate a
safety vision from the top down,
model safe practices, and invest
time and money in safety.
Operating
Net income
Earnings
income
growth
per share
KEY BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Improves
Increases
Reduces
morale
productivity
cost
Improves Increases Reduces morale productivity cost Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for access to free safety

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© 2016 National Safety Council

Sources: American Journal of Industrial Medicine Injury Facts, 2016 Edition • IRSAL • Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine Journal of Organizational Behavior Management Liberty Mutual Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly Towers Perrin Report

Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney

#safetyjourney

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey

The Journey to Safety Excellence

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to

Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to Safety Excellence to keep their most important asset – their employees – safe.

2 SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CAN: Reduce injuries by 15%-35% A strong safety management system (also
2
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CAN:
Reduce injuries by
15%-35%
A strong safety management system
(also known as an injury and illness
prevention program) comprises a set
of processes and tasks to ensure
safety goals are met.
$2-$6
Possible return for every
$1 invested in safety
KEY BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Management
Safety
held
Reduced
becomes part
accountable for
injuries and
of everyday
safety vision
deaths
operations
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© 2016 National Safety Council

Sources: American Journal of Industrial Medicine Injury Facts, 2016 Edition • IRSAL • Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine Journal of Organizational Behavior Management Liberty Mutual Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly Towers Perrin Report

Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney

#safetyjourney

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey

The Journey to Safety Excellence

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to

Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to Safety Excellence to keep their most important asset – their employees – safe.

their most important asset – their employees – safe. 3 Any working environment can be made
3 Any working environment can be made safer through a variety of means, including: Risk
3
Any working environment can be made safer
through a variety of means, including:
Risk will always be present in the
workplace, but employers
and employees can work
together to reduce it by
paying attention and
establishing best practices.
Hazard recognition
Root cause investigation
and remediation
Job redesign
Those who work to continually
reduce risk will outperform
those who do not.
The average cost of a minor
incident is 16 times higher than
the cost of the preventive measure.
The average cost of a very
serious or fatal incident is 48
times higher than the cost
of the preventive measure. RESEARCH SHOWS: Ergonomic interventions can provide a $10 return Promoting wellness
of the preventive measure.
RESEARCH SHOWS:
Ergonomic interventions
can provide a $10 return
Promoting wellness can
for every $1 invested.
24/7 safety promotion is
vital; 14 times more
employees are killed off the job.
provide $1.65 savings
for every $1 spent.
KEY BENEFITS INCLUDE:
Prevention of
Everyone
Reduced
injury, illness
engaged
costs
and death
in safety

Want more? Visit nsc.org/Journey for access to free safety tools and resources.

© 2016 National Safety Council

Sources: American Journal of Industrial Medicine Injury Facts, 2016 Edition • IRSAL • Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine Journal of Organizational Behavior Management Liberty Mutual Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly Towers Perrin Report

Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney

#safetyjourney

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey

The Journey to Safety Excellence

The Journey to Safety Excellence Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to

Safety is a Journey. Companies that care join the Journey to Safety Excellence to keep their most important asset – their employees – safe.

4 Knowing how a safety program performs today will help foster improvements in the future.
4
Knowing how a safety program
performs today will help foster
improvements in the future.

Companies that participate in voluntary safety performance measurement programs (such as the OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Programs) show:

52%

80%

87%

decrease in

decrease in

decrease in

number of

average claim

average lost time

claims

cost

per claim

KEY BENEFITS INCLUDE:

in number of average claim average lost time claims cost per claim KEY BENEFITS INCLUDE: Remember,
Remember,
Remember,
the Journey never ends. Repeat the cycle to continuously improve. Starting point measured to set
the Journey
never ends.
Repeat the
cycle to
continuously
improve.
Starting point
measured to set
baseline
Benchmarking
Areas for
allows
improvement
comparisons to
highlighted
other companies
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free safety tools and resources.

© 2016 National Safety Council

Sources: American Journal of Industrial Medicine Injury Facts, 2016 Edition • IRSAL • Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine Journal of Organizational Behavior Management Liberty Mutual Chief Financial Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety The Milbank Quarterly Towers Perrin Report

Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney
Officer Survey • OSHA • Professional Safety • The Milbank Quarterly • Towers Perrin Report #safetyjourney

#safetyjourney