HP principles and tools have been successfully used in aviation, energy, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and medical fields to prevent workplace incidents. Findings from three case studies with Nordic Nuclear Facilities showed safety accident rates dropped significantly and human error rates dropped by 400% following HP implementation of peer checks, task observations, and three-way communication (Oedewald et. al., 2015). After implementing an HP coaching program in a radiation department, the mean number of days between serious safety incidents went from 200 to more than 1,000. During this time, perceptions of safety culture improved for all 42 items of an assessment survey (Dickerson et. al., 2010). Also, the use of HP checklists with surgeons was associated with a 47% decrease in mortality and 36% drop in morbidity. Researchers concluded these HP checklists helped save lives by a) reminding operating room staff to check key details during operations, and b) encouraging increased teamwork and communication (Haynes et. al., 2009). When implemented intelligently, HP training and tools help save lives.