This article from sister publication Remodeling describes how safety incentives could be viewed by OSHA as an effort to reward employees for NOT reporting injuries.
In some cases, employers may be unaware that their safety programs disincentivize injury reporting. "For example, an employer might enter all employees who have not been injured in the previous year in a drawing to win a prize, or a team of employees might be awarded a bonus if no one from the team is injured over some period of time," Such programs might be viewed as efforts to encourage workers to use safe practices, when they actually disincentivize employees from reporting injuries.
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