A technique will be presented to predict injuries and health and environmental incidents. By using leading indicators the technique enables the user to save money for their company by reducing or eliminating costs associated with injuries and health and environmental incidents to say nothing of the saving of lives and the preventing of disabling injuries and reducing or eliminating costs associated with such impacts. By incorporating incident severity, probability and type of injury and health and environmental incidents the need to purchase costly safety, health and environmental programs is reduced or eliminated.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- Understanding of leading indicators
- Understanding lagging indicators
- Learning the difference between leading and lagging indicators
- Learning the importance of the safety pyramid
- EHS culture change
- Learning and understanding the safety cycle
- Learn how to protect environmental health and safety performance
This is a webinar you do not want to miss! The ability to predict EHS performance is an opportunity to reduce injuries, illnesses and environmental impact. It is not only revolutionary, but it also works. The possibility of saving lives and cost savings for your company is enormous.
Who will Benefit
- Leading indicators as a part of our daily lives
- The importance of leading indicators in industry
- The monitoring and reporting of leading indicators
- The use of severity, probability and type to predict injury and health and environmental incidents
- Actions in response to the predictions
- Improved safety, health and environmental performance
- Cost saving as a result of using this technique
- Much more
All levels of environmental health and safety management including plant, Director and VP level
Measurement of any activity is important. If you don't measure you will not be able to determine if you're making progress or when you are done. In the area of safety measurements have taken the form of; the number of first aid injury cases, the number of OSHA recordable cases, the number of lost time injury cases, the number of disabling cases and the number of fatalities. When measuring health it is usually in the form the number of industrial illnesses in industry. Regarding the environment it is the total number of incidents.
Typically the numbers are accumulated to determine EHS program effectiveness. When the numbers are increasing efforts are made to reduce the numbers via program modifications or replacement. There must be a better way and there is a better way. It is to make modifications and program changes using leading indicators. It is by using these leading indicators that program improvement can take place, no one was injured and no health or environmental incident has occurred.
This is a step change and evaluating EHS program performance. You are a step ahead of injuries, illnesses and environmental events because you're taking corrective actions before the injuries, illnesses and events occur and thereby reducing the costs from injuries, illnesses and events as well as the cost of replacing EHS programs. Please join us for this webinar to learn of this technique that you can employee at your facilities.