Glenn Murray from ExxonMobil discusses how “the tools and strategies designed to prevent less-severe incidents – like bumps and bruises, or slips, trips and falls – are necessary but probably not sufficient to effectively prevent incidents with the potential for more serious consequences.”
Health happens where we live. It happens where we work, and in our communities. Age, gender and hereditary factors do impact health, but only a small amount. Individual lifestyle factors – the behaviors we engage in every day – have a much greater impact.