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Today, organizations are providing the workforce with the most advanced safety equipment in the history of modern-day risk management. This novel approach includes renewed processes, procedures, and protocols that are mainly directed toward one goal i.e. safety. Yet, accidents still occur at the workplace, and the numbers are more alarming. A study has concluded that workplace injuries exceed $70 billion and 90% of workplace incidents are caused by human factors. These numbers outline the urgency for organizations to consider the “New Science of Safety, SQ or Safety Quotient.” Everyone has an SQ score no matter what work they do, and everyone is hardwired with a defined risk tolerance score. The importance of SQ is as evident as that of IQ (Intelligence Quotient) and EI (Emotional Intelligence)