Finding Ways to Reduce Human Errors that Cause Workplace Accidents

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An Indiana University of Pennsylvania professor is hoping that a study he is embarking on will yield new methods for reducing workplace injuries by identifying tools to motivate and engage workers in the safety process. The study will focus on human error and the role it plays in accidents, and accident prevention. Safety sciences professor Jan Wachter believes that human error in the workplace, while not completely preventable, can be managed by better tools to motivate and engage workers in the safety process. If his study yields new ways to manage safety in the workplace successfully, he hopes the results…
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Cyber Threat Mounts with Human Error and Ransomware

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Two new reports show two significant trends in the increasingly busy area of cyber security: Careless employees are a prime reason many companies’ databases are getting “phished” for data; and the rising tide of ransomware, where hackers freeze up a computer and demand payment to release it. And in a majority of cases, it is small and mid-sized firms that are being targeted. Don’t think you need to worry? Think again. When these malicious code-bearing e-mails (phishing and ransomware alike) are sent, there is an 11% chance that an employee will click on the link that will let the phishing…
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