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Marcus Cattani (left) and Russell Jones say analysing an organisation’s historical data can be a good indicator of future safety performance. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Future is now for injury prevention

Two Perth researchers have brought the future to the present with a predictive tool that can calculate the likelihood of workplace accidents, and therefore help prevent them.

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Perth WA
What an absolute nonsense. There is no study confirming any correlation between past injuries and future organisational performance. We see what we want to see.

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