Although we have come a long way in the search for greater employee job safety, there is still more that needs to be done. OSHA estimates a recordable incident has a direct cost of $7,000 and a workplace fatality is $910,000, in addition to indirect costs estimated at three times those amounts.
The good news is that many workplace injuries and incidents can be predicted before they happen. But for that to happen, companies need to go beyond traditional job safety analysis by applying analytics to analysis.
Analytics is a relatively new concept in environmental health and safety (EHS) since the primary focus for many companies has and continues to be on compliance reporting. With a renewed focus on safety culture, concepts such as leading indicators, human operational performance and other programs that look beyond compliance, analytics are taking center stage.
Hear from Intelex on ways to understand how predictive analytics help to improve employee safety and minimize potential workplace hazards. Learn about:
- Leading and lagging indicators for analytics
- Predictive analytics to reduce workplace hazards
- A step-by-step plan to move beyond traditional EHS metrics
- Live product demo that highlights analytics capabilities