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New Report Shows Employees Missing Crucial Safety Information at Work

Rave Mobile Safety (Rave), trusted provider of technology solutions that enhance critical communications, increase resiliency, and improve safety, today announced the results of its fifth annual Workplace Safety and Preparedness Survey. The 2022 report reveals that when it comes to employer prioritization of safety, less than half (43%) of respondents said that workplace safety is extremely important to their employer. Findings show a disconnect between how employers communicate workplace emergencies and how employees want to receive important safety information, as well as the need for safety drills.
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