By preserving health and quality of life at work, companies will make work more attractive by improving the social climate, and develop skills and knowledge. At the structural level, risk prevention improves the company’s social climate. As a result, the managers’ image will improve: quality of the products and/or services provided will increase.
At the national level, the cost of occupational illnesses has a heavy impact on the economy and social funds. Acting on individual risks at the source is also a way to avoid increasing collective costs, and improving the redistribution of social benefits for all.