OK, we know our business moniker is famous. And yes, we know about Herbert Heinrich. But just for those who don't, here is some information about a man whom we have no links, affiliations or attachments to, other than a very similar name.
Heinrich was an industrialist from the early 20th century who carried out some groundbreaking studies into injury causation and accident models. Working for an insurer, he developed theories and concepts which still linger in some of today's workplaces, particularly in the USA. These include accident/near miss ratios, direct/indirect cost ratios of injuries, and even behaviour-based safety. These are all linked or attributable to Heinrich. Which is great for him and perhaps his relatives, but bad for us, as most of his work has since been debunked or disproved. Almost none of his original data can be located to review these theories, and some of his concepts are fundamentally flawed.
Quite separately from Heinrich, Heinrichs (that is with an S there folks!) Safety was founded by this guy.
If you want to read more about the old Heinrich, here's the link to the fount of all knowledge.