The average injury costs $27,000 in direct costs
Every 7 seconds a worker is injured at work
The overall cost of injuries at work is $170b annually
saved each inspection
Savings based on time saved inspecting and data processing.
Not counting all the other things... (fewer incidents, higher quality, paper savings)
of customers say iAuditor is making a positive difference in their workplace
of customers say iAuditor put them more in control of their operations
of customers say iAuditor made their team more accountable
of customers say using iAuditor means problems get solved faster than before
400 million fewer pages of inspections to review
400 million less pieces of paper cluttering your desk
400 million fewer sheets to data entry
That is 1 every 3 seconds
All data was collected by SafetyCulture in April and May 2017. Figures are averaged across all respondents. All statistics based on US dollars and figures.
Wage figures sourced from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2016 National Industry-Specific Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates
Injury rate adopted from Bureau of Labor Statistics, Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses and the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries.
The average safety incident in the US costs $27,000 in direct cost to the employer. Injury cost sourced from: Waehrer, G. M., Dong, X. S., Miller, T., Haile, E., & Men, Y. (2007). Costs of Occupational Injuries in Construction in the United States. Accident; Analysis and Prevention, 39(6), 1258–1266.