- [Instructor] Hi, Jim Rogers here,…back again to bring you another episode…of my weekly series on issues facing…the construction industry.…In the last episode, I discussed the importance…of tracking near-miss incidents in order…to improve safety in the construction industry.…I introduced the term leading indicators…and used that to describe this near-miss data.…Most of the last segment really focused…on the use of this leading indicator data…to help prevent safety incidents like injuries…from occurring.…I've also stated in past episodes…and in several of my other courses…that safety, quality, and productivity are…inextricably linked, and that when one…of those elements is neglected, the others will suffer.…
This week I want to take the opportunity…to explain that position.…First of all, there are studies that back my position.…There are studies that exist that show data…to support this link between safety, quality,…and productivity.…On an even simpler level, I often use the statement…along the lines of think about,…
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