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Safety Incentives: Why One Size Does Not Fit All

Saturday, September 9, 2017  

OH&S Magazine article

It's finding the right blend of motivators that makes the difference between a successful program and one that just bumps along.

By Jane Larson Sep 01, 2017

Recently, a truck hauling 7,500 pounds of hagfish, also known as "slime eels," was making its way through a construction zone on an Oregon highway. The driver didn't accurately anticipate a complete stop in traffic, but when it suddenly halted, he had to hit the brakes. The load shifted abruptly, causing the hagfish containers to "fly across the highway," according to the Oregon State Police, and cause a chain-reaction crash involving four other vehicles and an extremely slimy mess on the highway.

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