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 don’t identify.” ...

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