We are all aware of accidents, what they are, and how harmful they can be. A good accident prevention definition is a reference to the actions people may take to try and stop accidents from occurring. These could relate to steps taken by individuals or groups, either in the workplace, or on the roads, or indeed at home.
We’ll never be able to prevent all accidents from happening. However, the more we can do to prevent them, the fewer people will be affected. This could mean doing things that make us safer, as well as those around us.
An accident prevention definition in the workplace
We can all benefit from a strong accident prevention process at work. Fortunately, most of us already do benefit from this. Health and safety laws have made it necessary for employers to take great care in preventing as many accidents as they can. By identifying risk factors and removing them, accidents are far less common today than they were in the past.
Yet we also have a responsibility to be as careful as we can be regarding our own safety and that of others. If you are driving, for example, you must follow all the rules of the road. You should drive at a safe speed below the speed limit, and make sure you stay a safe distance from all other road users. Additionally, you should stay alert and make sure you are not distracted from the road ahead of you.
Finding out about a possible claim
If you are reading about an accident prevention definition because you’ve been in an accident and you’re wondering if it should have been prevented, you are not alone. We are here to offer help and advice to anyone who has been in an accident in the past three years. Our solicitors are already progressing with claims on behalf of some of our other clients. Perhaps they could do the same for you soon, too.
To find out, call 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile) to reach us at Accident Advice Helpline now. It’s easier than ever to get advice and there is never any obligation to go ahead and make a claim even if we believe you have a strong argument to make in your favour. Why not make that call to learn more about us today?
Date Published: April 10, 2017
Author: Rob Steen