Provides principles and techniques based on research tested theory and practical applications to increase participation in the workplace to prevent work related injuries. It shows why traditional common sense approaches including terms like "accident investigation" and "loss control" hinder "The Participation Factor."
It also provides answers to commonly asked occupational health and safety questions, such as, "What safety slogans are more appropriate? What kinds of incentive/reward programs increase participation? What safety performance metrics increase positive stress rather than negative stressors, thereby encouraging empowerment and involvement?