The Importance of \”Failures\”: Why Every Organization Needs Them

Glass, Eric
(Underwriters Laboratories, Northbrook, IL)

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Ask any organization about their definition of “failure”. More than likely, you will hear that failure is not a good thing. But, could failures be necessary to achieve overall health and safety success? In this seminar, we will take a closer look at “failures”, the misinterpretation and use of “failures” and, if used correctly, how “failures” can actually help organizations improve and perfect their health and safety programs.

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