The promotion of a prevention culture should be a declared goal of a social security institution. This requires all stakeholders in occupational safety and health, but also in areas related to it, to jointly formulate their prevention targets and contribute to sustainably improving safety and health throughout society and in all aspects of life. Building a prevention culture is the “responsibility of the society as a whole” as stated in the Seoul Declaration. The Vision Zero approach is also supporting a prevention culture, by promoting the three pillars of safety, health and well-being. It is based on the understanding that every occupational accident and disease is preventable and follows the seven golden rules to improve safety, health and well-being at the workplace. Vision Zero contributes to the promotion of a prevention culture.