Safety: Not So Common Sense Safety Thoughts, Part 2

Safety beliefs that don't make sense.

If we stop to think about some commonly-held safety beliefs, we find they don’t make sense. Let’s take a look at some examples to prove this point.

  • “If my supervisor doesn’t tell me to do it, then it must not be important.” Try applying that “logic” when you need to use the restroom.
  • “The company is legally required to identify dangers and post signs, so I don’t need to think about dangers that signs do

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