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The perverse incentives of zero injury culture
Zero injury goals, also known as "zero harm", "zero accidents" or "zero incidents," are a popular safety target in many industries. The idea is simple: set a goal of zero injuries or accidents, and work towards achieving it through improved safety practices and training.
On the surface, zero injury goals seem like a noble and admirable goal. After all, who wouldn't want to work in a safe environment where nobody gets hurt on the job? However, there are some serious problems with zero injury goals that can actually create perverse incentives that undermine safety rather than improving it.
What you measure is what you get
Focus on the short term fixes
False sense of security
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