When you think of workplace safety, on-the-job training for employees is probably what first comes to mind. But conventional training alone doesn’t actually reduce the number of workplace injuries or accidents. In 2017, for example, these types of damages cost European companies more than € 476 billion, a staggering 3.3% of the European Union’s GDP. In fact, a much bigger factor determines a culture of safety — and that’s worker personality. At Hogan, we’ve learned through our research that there are six critical dimensions of personality that contribute to an employee’s potential to be either safety conscious or accident prone. In this webinar, we’ll teach you how to screen applicants for these competencies and develop your existing employees to improve overall safety in your organization (as well as the bottom line!).