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Safety Incentive Programs. 

OSHA is cracking down on lagging indicator safety incentive programs that reward periods of time worked safely, due to injury hiding. Our approach uses leading indicator, behavior-change strategies that meet or exceed OSHA standards. Hundreds of companies are using these strategies to create safer and more productive workplaces. Learn how you can reduce injuries by 70% or more without injury hiding and sustain those games long term.  Our free video series explains our philosophy and includes tips you can use today on any safety program.

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Our Leading Indicator Based Safety Incentive Programs

SAFETY BUCKS SCRATCH OFFS

Safety Bucks Scratch-Off Safety Incentive Program

Safety Bucks Scratch Off is an easy-to-implement safety incentive program where you distribute scratch off cards worth points toward trips and prizes. We can help you create a program that recognizes and rewards positive behavior, while staying within your budget.

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Genesis Safety Incentive Points Program

Need a simple way to administer a behavior based safety incentive system? Look no further than Genesis. Issue points in your Excel Spreadsheet or have them automatically awarded based on pre-determined criteria.

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Smartcard™ Positive Reinforcement System

The Smartcard™ System is a patented tool that provides immediate reinforcement for the behaviors that reduce your injuries. It’s completely customized safety incentive program that delivers long term safety behavior change.

WHAT ARE SAFETY INCENTIVES?

Safety incentives fall into two basic categories: lagging indicator incentives and leading Indicator behavior based systems.

Lagging indicator safety incentives were used in the early 1900’s, with use of them reported at Hoover Dam in 1931. They include money, barbecues, t-shirts, and other awards which are given out when a group of employees reach a milestone such as one million hours of safe performance, or one quarter without an injury. Safety Bingo is another incentive system tied to lagging indicators.

While these systems produce sometimes amazing and dramatic short term results, they often produce injury hiding and under reporting. OSHA changed the game when it fined Exel under the Whistleblower Memo for a lagging indicator incentive that caused injury hiding. Cash payments were made to workers and managers based on lagging indicator results.

Today companies must work hard to implement leading indicator programs that track, encourage and reward positive behavior rather than past results. The programs and educational materials at safetyincentives.com focus on leading indicator programs that build a foundation for positive behavior change and long-term results. Review the case studies that outline dozens of cases where companies implement safety incentive programs the right way, resulting in dramatic reduction in accidents and improved employee engagement.

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