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Our systems enable companies to examine health and safety incident information along with external factor, historical and observed data. This gives companies insight into the underlying causes and contributing factors of workplace health and safety incidents to help them better quantify the risks involved with specific work processes, locations and conditions. The resulting enhanced clarity helps companies allocate resources in a more targeted and proactive way so they can pursue continuous improvement in their health and safety efforts.

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Hohn, T., “Does a Healthy Workforce = A Safer Workplace?,” Workplace HR & Safety, 2014. Web: 10 Nov. 2014.
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