On-Demand Webinar

Workplace Deaths Aren’t Declining Fast Enough – What Can We Do About It?

Per the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of fatal occupational injuries in the US increased 8.9% between 2020 and 2021. On a 10-year basis back to 2011, the increase is a whopping 10.6%. Normalizing for growth in the economy and workforce over time, the fatal injury rate has stayed virtually flat, hovering around 3.5 deaths/100,000 workers. Why is this? Safety professionals’ access to technology, their influence within the business, and their ability to learn best practices has never been greater, so why aren’t we seeing a decrease in occupational fatality numbers?

Please join Trevor Bronson, Director of Portfolio Strategy at Intelex, for a discussion on what’s contributing to this troubling trend and best practices for preventing the most severe incidents. Attendees can expect to:

  • Take a deeper dive into fatal and non-fatal accident trends across the globe to identify commonalities and differences
  • Identify key management strategies to reduce the number of serious injuries and workplace death
  • Learn about the latest EHS technology and how it can aid in this mission
  • Understand how to sustain improvements in dynamic organizational, economic, and cultural environments

Complete this form to access the webinar recording.

  • All data is protected and secure, as outlined in our Privacy Policy.
  • Hidden
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.