Not reporting or underreporting workplace injuries can have a serious impact on an organization. Consequences can include fines, increased and unnecessary health care and workers compensation costs, and more.
As an employer, your attitude, behavior, and policies have a big impact on a worker’s decision to report an injury. You can help ensure injuries are appropriately reported by educating employees and examining your company policies to ensure you are not inadvertently discouraging reporting.
Learn more about some of the reasons workplace injuries are underreported and the consequences of underreporting. Click here to download our white paper and learn how you can use injury reporting as a proactive solution to safety.