- A Safety Awareness Incentive Programs should focus on behavior.
- Participants need to feel that the goals and rewards are achievable.
- Participants need to feel that they are in control of earning the rewards.
- The shorter the recognition delay, the more effort will be made to obtain the reward.
- Avoid entitlements. Cash seems to always morph into an entitlement.
- Reward substitutes can be used to increase the perceived frequency and value of the reward.
- The group should not be penalized for individual failure.
- The tangible reward should come directly from you.
- It is better for many to receive a small reward, than for a few to receive a big reward.
- The value of earning the reward is enhanced by personal, peer and family involvement.
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