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Luke Anear has gone from spying on people who had been injured at work to trying to prevent the accident in the first place. The founder of Australian startup SafetyCulture, Anear told Mashable he realised he had been part of the problem in his previous role, where he often checked up on worker compensation claims. "We would go investigate what went wrong after the fact.
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