Tulsa city officials set a goal of reducing accidents and injuries by 20 percent this year.
After a 25 percent reduction in injuries since 2013, the city hit a plateau. City Manager Jim Twombly said they plan on rolling out a near-miss employee reporting program.
"Instead of just saying, 'Ooh, that was a close one,' let's dive into that the same way we dive into an accident," Twombly said. "And we think that's really going to have a positive impact and help us take the whole program to the next level."