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Implementing Human Error Reduction Tools in the Workplace

Studies show that nine out of ten workplace accidents, as well as 23% of unplanned work downtime, results from human error. Human error isn’t the result of sabotage, malice, or idiocy, though–many of these slips, lapses, and mistakes occur when employees are stressed and working beyond capacity. Employers can increase workplace efficiency by implementing human error reduction tools, which are management tools that take human error into account and work around it. Here are some of the most important rules of thumb that managers can start to implement right away. Coach, Console, Punish Humans are just that, they’re human. They’re […]