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The behavior-based safety concept (i.e., creating a safety culture) was developed by H.W. Heinrich in the 1930s and 1940s. Heinrich researched hundreds of insurance reports and concluded that almost 90 percent of industrial accidents could be blamed on employee behaviors. Based on his findings, Heinrich concluded that the only way to create a safer environment was to observe and change worker behavior.
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As highway infrastructure progresses, transportation agencies are rebuilding and improving existing roadways. At the same time, traffic continues to grow and create more congestion in metropolitan areas such as Minneapolis. The combination of more work alongside increasingly heavier traffic can result in increased safety considerations for highway workers.
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