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Getting From Here to Safety

By Geoff Troxel on May 31, 2018

Most people enjoy receiving incentives. Buy groceries at the store and pay lower gas prices at the pump through a rewards program. Stop smoking, start exercising, and watch your health care premiums drop. The question a lot of companies are asking, though, is can this same approach work to improve work site safety. And, if so, how do incentives work in an increasingly data-driven world?

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Topics: Driver Training, Safety Culture, Leadership, Employee Engagement, Safety Innovation

Millennials: A Generation of Safety

By Tamara Humpherys on May 31, 2018

Millennials are now the largest generation in the American workforce, and with the Boomer population aging into retirement, they will quickly be taking over positions of management and leadership in all trades. This handoff between generations can often be a shaky one, simply because of the difference in life-experience—it’s not uncommon for the older generation to write-off or displace the younger generation as lazy, rebellious, or entitled. However, Millennials are quickly proving themselves to be not only ready to take charge, but to do it in safer, more efficient ways than past generations.

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Topics: Worksite Safety, Safety Culture, Employee Engagement

Be Prepared: The Key Benefits of Risk Management

By Leslie Miiller on December 13, 2017

You’ve worked hard to build a profitable and sustainable business. Your employees are devoted to ensuring your company’s success, and in turn rely on you to make their living. Over the years you’ve obtained a significant amount of assets including property, equipment, supplies, and probably most importantly—a reputation that attracts customers. Don’t you want to protect it all? Of course you do. That protection is often created in a risk management plan.

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Topics: Your Bottom Line, Best Practices, Safety Culture, Leadership, Employee Engagement

The Secret Weapon in Creating a Safety-Driven Culture

By Matt Wood on October 3, 2017

On-the-job injuries and fatalities are rarely caused by workplace conditions alone. Rather, the vast majority of accidents happen as a result of unsafe work behaviors, usually due to complacency and workers just “going through the motions.” The good news is, behaviors can change. Molding those behaviors to follow the belief that safety is a value not a priority (priorities can shift, after all) is an essential component to cultivating a safety-driven culture.

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Topics: Safety Culture, Leadership, Employee Engagement

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PRECO Electronics is a global technology provider that improves safety for operators, worksites, and the public. The effectiveness of our patented object detection radar systems is unmatched in heavy duty vehicle industries.

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