No Harm

It’s about building a culture of correct attitudes and disciplines, empowering people to prevent hazards and to mitigate risk.

Accidents in Speeding Cars

Auto accidents injure a person in the US every 10 seconds, and speeding drivers are the cause of nearly 30% of these collisions, says the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

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We strive towards no harm in all that we do, it's more than just following rules, it’s one of our values at Partners in Performance and it is about building a culture of correct attitudes and disciplines, empowering people to prevent hazards and to mitigate risk.

No Harm is ‘hard wired’ into what we do. Whether at home or at work, we live ‘No Harm’ and have a track record of helping others do the same. Further, we recognise we must continue to lead by example, particularly when it comes to the journey toward no harm with regard to safety, the environment and our people. In this regard, safety shares, walking the talk, coaching, having the courage to call people up on unsafe acts or conditions are all part of our philosophy and part of each of our daily lives, whether on a client site, in the office, or at home.

We understand that we have an obligation to protect not only ourselves, but also those around us and the environment in which we live. No harm is the only defensible goal, and every day, we strive to achieve that goal. Through a relentless journey which builds awareness and systematically makes things better by eliminating unnecessary risks, we will improve our world.

This flows directly into the work that we do on client sites, both explicitly and implicitly.

Partners in Performance Safety Share App

We at Partners in Performance strive towards building a "No Harm", safety-conscious culture which allows us to be safer and more productive, every day. To help us on this journey, we decided to help our people, and our clients, using some simple, helpful tools that can be used to improve our knowledge and our focus on safety-related matters. 


The NHTSA found that speeding alone was a contributing factor in almost one third of all fatal crashes last year.

The danger of speeding is threefold:

  1. Speed reduces the reaction time drivers need to avoid crashes, which in turn increases the likelihood of crashing and the severity of accidents.
  2. Speed increases the distance needed to stop a vehicle.
  3. Speeding drivers also judge distances poorly and could put pedestrians at greater risk.

  • Half of all speeding deaths occur on local, low-speed roads found around residential and business areas, despite their low-speed limits
  • Local and collector roads have an almost triple fatality rate, when compared to Interstates
  • Rural roads are particularly dangerous. 65% of all speeding-related deaths occur on rural roads
  • Local rural roads are more dangerous than urban roads: Speeding deaths occur four times more on rural roads than on other roads

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