Why it Matters
Continuing our thoughts on the differences between safety as a high priority and safety as a core value (this is part 2 or part 3, depending on whether you count the introductory article), the question naturally arises, Why is this important in the first place? Some companies use slogans that reflect safety as their highest priority while others use those that insist on safety as a core value. Isn’t this just a semantic difference? Aren’t we all really talking about the same thing?
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