What is MnSAFE?
MnSAFE is the statewide workplace safety initiative for employees of the state of Minnesota. Governor Mark Dayton has challenged all state employees to reduce the rate of workplace injuries. We can only achieve that if we truly embrace a safety culture in all of our workplaces.
Did you know?
Over 1900 injuries will occur in the state workforce this fiscal year according to current projections. We owe it to our colleagues, and to their families and friends, to make an effort everyday to prevent those injuries from happening. In order to do that, we can start by recognizing the scope of the issue.
Our Shared Commitment
It's our mission to achieve a 25 percent reduction in the rate of workplace injuries within the next three years. How do we do it? By establishing annual safety goals, grading ourselves quarterly to assess progress, and by utilizing shared resources to support safe workplaces.
NEW September 3, 2014 - Safety results for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2014 have been posted. Review the data for your agency on the Results page.
June 6, 2013 - Safety results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2014 are now available. See the data for your agency on the Results page.
March 10, 2014 - Safety results for the second quarter of fiscal year 2014 have been posted. To view the results for your agency, head to the Results page!
“Workplace injuries and accidents have an impact on our state workforce and our ability to deliver services to the citizens of Minnesota. These losses can and should be reduced through effective safety management systems.”
- Governor Mark Dayton, A Commitment to Workplace Safety