Job-site safety isn't an exciting topic, but as insurance costs go up due to outstanding injury losses and OSHA penalties, it's one we can't ignore. Each job-site injury has an associated medical cost (see Figure 1) but that's just the beginning. Other costs are lost time, lost wages (both of the injured, and of the person assigned to take them to a medical facility if required), job interruption, possible penalties as a result of the injury, scheduling problems, and, finally, all of the associated paperwork that can and generally does run into hundreds of dollars' worth of staff time per incident. Administering the paperwork for major injuries can run into thousands of dollars over several years. On top of