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Cost of Safety

CEOs look at Safety as a cost center. Safety pros know the best safety programs actually save money. One way to make that point is to show Finance the consequences other companies have paid when their safety programs have failed.

New study: Fewer drunk, more drugged drivers

A federal agency credits the decades-long campaign to combat drunk driving for the drop in alcohol-impaired drivers. But the question…Click to continue

Court upholds $5.3 million jury verdict: Worker suffered traumatic brain injury

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