September 26, 2023

5 Steps for Implementing Leading Indicators in Construction Safety

Time: 11:00 am EST

Construction sites can often present significant safety risks because of the complexity of the work and constantly changing teams. As a result, it can be difficult to create strong safety cultures that keep frontline construction workers safe on the job site. However, digital information and processes can result in significant safety improvement. With a digital safety management system based on data and augmented with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), today’s construction sites can support leading indicators and a proactive safety culture that target safety risks and prevent incidents before they happen.

Join Scott Gerard, Owner and CEO at Safe-t-link, and Nick Goodell, Director Process Improvement at Intelex, as they explore how to optimize the creation of a digital safety management system built on data and analytics for construction. They will also show how a leading construction management firm followed a 5-step plan for successfully implementing a digital approach to using leading indicators that helps to keep workers safe.


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Nick Goodell – Director Process Improvement at Intelex
Nick Goodell is Director Process Improvement with Predictive Solutions/Intelex. Nick has 20 years of experience in software and risk management. He was previously a Managing Partner at Echo-Bell where he worked with companies to implement useful applications for risk management, human resources, and compliance software products. In his early career Nick worked directly for insurance companies and earned an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business.

Scott Gerard – Owner and CEO at Safe-t-link
With over 20 years of experience, Scott is a dynamic EHS leader known for elevating safety culture through strategic initiatives. He excels in developing comprehensive safety programs, policies, and training, fostering compliance, and driving safety culture transformations. Scott’s impressive journey includes roles like National Director EHS at Turner Construction, EHS Manager at Moss & Associates with a recognized AED program, and Corporate Director Safety & Risk Management at Eaglemed. Notably, as VP – Corporate EHS at Moss & Associates, he directed safety strategies across regions, achieving outstanding safety performance, mitigating risks, and nurturing a safety culture embraced at all organizational levels during a period of rapid expansion. Scott’s numerous EHS certifications highlight his proficiency in establishing robust management systems that ensure ongoing compliance and continuous improvement.