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"Our injury rate has dropped 80% over the past two years, and that is in part due to the SQ™ and the business intelligence and decision support that the reports give us."

Chris Hayman, President Americas
Emeco Group

Performance Predicting Solutions

Safety Quotient
Safety Quotient
Safety Quotient™ helps identify the high-risk personality traits (impulsiveness, distractibility, rule-resistance, irritability, etc.) that lead to human error and preventable incidents.
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Driver Safety Quotient
Driver Safety Quotient
Driver Safety Quotient™ helps companies understand a driver’s likelihood of crashes, near misses, traffic violations, property damage, and more. The DSQ™ helps ensure a safer roadway for everyone.
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Workstyle & Performance Profile
Workstyle & Performance Profile
Workstyle & Performance Profile reveals each participant's workstyle, strengths, and areas for improvement. The WPP results can be used for hiring, training, and performance management.
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Research & Development
Research & Development
Independent research and analysis enhances the value of each of TalentClick's assessments by offering customized surveys, reports, and organizational analysis to approved Customers.
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Events

An Exciting Opportunity to Meet a World-Class Safety Speaker This September is your chance to meet a world-class safety speaker in Charlie Morecraft at the 2014 NSC Congress & Expo. For those who have had the pleasure to hear Charlie speak or watch one of his inspiring safety videos, this is an exciting opportunity to…

3 Building Blocks for an Effective Safety Culture Building a safe workplace starts with building a safe culture. Why? Because it’s an integral part of implementing a successful safety program that both reduces incidents and the behaviors that cause them in a natural and team-friendly way. What if you had a step-by-step approach to changing…

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The Safety Report

While measurement of lagging indicators in the safety industry has long been the standard, a growing number of safety professionals are measuring leading indicators as a way to prevent incidents from happening rather than looking at methods of prevention after the incident occurs.  A new classification for measuring near misses, "Near Misses per Million Working Hours"…

Why Experience is Not Always an Asset Remember when you first got your driver's license? It was an exciting time, but you were probably extra cautious and obeyed all the rules… at least in the beginning. Never running a yellow. Never exceeding speed limits. Doing your shoulder checks. Do you still do all of that?…

Why Standard Operating Procedure Exists If you ever need a compelling example of the importance of following standard operating procedure, look no further than the infamous crash of Asiana Flight 214. On July 6, 2013, the 291-passenger jet struck the seawall at the end of the runway at San Francisco International Airport, resulting in three…

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