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Infographic: Understanding How Human Factors Affect Slips, Trips, and Falls

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Same-level slips, trips, and falls are occupational hazards that can be found in almost every type of work setting. When considering workplace falls, most people immediately think of falls from a height, yet, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the majority of fall-related injuries occur as a result of falls from same-level walking surfaces. In fact, according to the BLS, falls on the same level increased in 2013 for general industry and construction.


Three Ways You Can Support Workers’ Wellness

For a number of years, OSHA has been making the business case for safety, pointing out that employers can save $4 to $6 for every dollar invested. A similar message is emerging regarding health. A 2014 RAND Corporation study of 7 years of PepsiCo data found that efforts to help employees manage chronic illnesses saved nearly $4 in healthcare costs for every dollar invested.