Leading and Lagging Metrics: How to Measure Safety Success
Traditionally, companies have used lagging indicators – workplace injury and illness statistics – to target their safety resources. New models show that tracking leading indicators such as employee engagement, task-specific training and managed use of PPE actually can provide a clearer picture of safety success.
This webinar, “Leading and Lagging Metrics: How to Measure Safety Success,” features Greg Sizemore, VP of EHS and Workforce Development for Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), and Scott Gaddis, VP and Practice Leader for EHS at Intelex. They discuss the importance of identifying and tracking the leading (and lagging) indicators that will propel your organization along the path to organizational excellence.
Greg shares the results of ABC’s Safety Performance Survey, which tracks results from some of the organization’s top-performing companies. (Sneak preview: The use of proactive safety practices reduced recordable incidents by up to 88 percent at the top-level participating companies, making the best-performing companies 827 percent safer than the industry average!).
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