In a recent UK report, one in three work-place hazards go unreported simply because workers "don't have the time".
... "Forget about health and safety – when it comes to workplace accidents, Brits are too busy to care.
One in three polled in a study of 2,014 employees claim they don’t have time to worry about hazards in the workplace.
And despite a quarter having had an accident at work, one in six wouldn’t report a potential hazard if they saw one.
New research shows that 23% of people wouldn’t even know WHO to report a hazard to – meaning broken machinery, trailing wires and uneven flooring often get left unattended.
24% would ignore things like frayed electrical cords, spills or blocked fire exits assuming it wouldn’t affect them.