H.W. Heinrich studied industrial accidents in the 1930s and 1940s and found that unsafe acts were the primary cause of 88% of all industrial accidents. Some people believe Heinrich’s study places an undue emphasis on the actions of workers. I disagree – people are responsible for their actions, and those actions do not happen in a vacuum.
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