Have you noticed that you hear the admonition SAFETY FIRST in environments that are inherently risky? Factory floors, skydiving schools, construction sites, and so on. You’ve never seen a safety first banner with a reminder of how many days it’s been since an injury in a CPA’s office.
If safety was really first the best thing would be to avoid risky behaviors.
I believe safety should be third. It’s important but everyone should have two things in life more important than safety. For me, it’s learning and connection. Two very dangerous activities.