Workplace safety is more than wearing a hard hat or steel-toed boots, it's an attitude. Workers can have every industrial safety product known to man, but if they don't think safety all the time, they could be headed for injury, or worse. Safety has to be a way of life 24/7. That's why many experts recommend a program promoting off-the-job safety. This will help improve on-the-job productivity by keeping your employees at work. (Sixty percent of the injuries that keep employees off the job occur away from work.) Reduce workers' compensation claims that begin as an off-the-job injury. Reduce fatal and other serious accidents suffered by employees and their families away from work.