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Safety vs. Production
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Most business owners and managers will say safety is their number one priority. However, the reality is that safety can often take a back seat to production.

Management may know the right words regarding safe practices, yet they sometimes fail to implement them on the production floor, which can result in frequent injuries and claims. This trend seems to occur often in high-level manufacturing facilities or other high-production businesses where the main focus is on production and shipping deadlines. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that manufacturing sees one of the highest incidence rates of injuries. So the question remains: What is more important—safety or production?

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