"Cost accounting injuries is not about calculating how to press production forward at an acceptable rate of medical payments. It is about rationalizing prevention costs, understanding the value of workplace safety. Top management always must lead the safety program and hold it dear. Equally important though, is sharing the management of the program with employees. When everyone buys into this ethic, the company benefits through the safety dividend." Thomas-Fenner-Woods Agency, Inc. 3/2/2015
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