Safety and common sense go together, you always need to think and plan ahead.
It is better to take time to be safe on the job, than to rush it through and wind up dead.
For every safety procedure there is a reason, someone has taken the time to think it through.
You need to take the time to follow safety procedures, or the next accident may be caused by you.
Safety is a matter of learning and of behavior, of taking the time to think and then to safely act.
Ninety percent of accidents are caused by carelessness and that is an established safety fact.
Good behavior is just a matter of learning; safe behavior comes from following the rules.
Bad behavior leads to lack of safety and to accidents, from poor use of work practices and tools.