Safety: OSHA Data, Part 1

Annually, OSHA releases a report that ranks accidents and injuries by type and cause.

What does OSHA do with accident reports other than issue fines? Among other things, OSHA actually trends the meta data. Annually, OSHA releases a report that ranks accidents and injuries by type and cause.

In addition to knowing that X% of workers died from electrocution in a given year, we know how many of which behaviors led to the electrocutions. As it turns out, five behaviors keep showing up in the OSHA data.

Here are two of them:

  1. Rushing. You may have

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