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Which is not a main factor in accidents?

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    Which is not a main factor in accidents?

    Hard to define "major". I think a variety of different factors including operator error, mismanagement of equipment, and poor communication and training all contribute to workplace accidents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodPatterson View Post
    Hard to define "major". I think a variety of different factors including operator error, mismanagement of equipment, and poor communication and training all contribute to workplace accidents.
    It states "MAIN" but yes I agree that lack of training from your employer can absolutely contribute to accidents.

    It is just one of those questions that you memorize.

    And we need to consider the source, this site is NOT an official NETA prep site, but is still helpful.

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