May 1, 2018
Most people would assume the world’s biggest companies are also among the safest. But this is far from the case. Earlier this week, some of the biggest names in the world of business were flagged as the least safe workplaces in America.
The National Council for Occupational Safety and Health (National COSH) recently released, “The Dirty Dozen” employers of 2018. This dubious list reveals the 12 least safe companies to work for, based on their relative number of workplace injuries or reported harassment incidents.
This data reveals some of the world’s most trusted household names are also the least safe companies to work for; with Tesla, Amazon and Lowe’s making the list.
“Companies large and small, have challenges building and maintaining safe work cultures alongside their growth in operations and commercial success. Growth is great for jobs, but we must build and improve the safety cultures along the way to ensure those new jobs are safe ones,” said Adrian Bartha, Chief Executive Officer of eCompliance.
According to National COSH, the 12 most dangerous employers are:
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