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Mishap Causes
support  solicits  worker  cooperation  and  a  good  feeling about safety. If you need to threaten and coerce workers into complying with safety precautions, then your sales efforts  have  failed. Commands should manage OSH just as they would manage  any  other  organizational  function.  Management should direct the safety effort by setting achievable goals and by planning, organizing, and controlling the methods used to achieve the goals. Workers must take part in goal setting and in developing mishap prevention strategies  and  actions  to  reduce  injuries  and  material losses. SUMMARY In  this  chapter  you  learned  about  the  philosophy  of safety  and  what  motivates  safe  behavior.  You  learned methods  of  selling,  marketing,  and  promoting  your safety program. Although safety seems to be a matter of common sense, you learned that safety must be taught and  reinforced. 2-9

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