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Hiding Injuries Hurts Everyone Involved (Training Shop)

All injuries should be reported to supervisors— even if they’re minor. Over time, small injuries can become bigger problems, and the earlier you report them, the better.

When employees fail to record their injuries, they bring unnecessary hardship on both themselves and their supervisors.

In this Practical Tool, you'll discover:

  • The two leading forms of workplace injury, and how to deal with them
  • Tops reasons why employees don’t always share injuries with their boss
  • Why it’s so important to report incidents when they happen, rather than long after

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