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Improving Safety Culture by Analyzing Inspection Data

Jul 13, 2022

Sponsored by Fulcrum

 

Sponsored by Fulcrum. Join us to gain practical guidance on how to gather and use inspection data to improve safety outcomes and drive organizational change. Leveraging the framework developed in ANSI/ASSP Z16.1-2022 as well as cross-industry experience, we will examine ways to move from go-with-your-gut to data-driven safety programs. Join us for a discussion regarding how to gather and use inspection data to improve safety outcomes and drive organizational change. We’ll discuss leading, lagging, and impact metrics, leveraging the framework developed in ASSP Z16.1-2022 as well as cross-industry experience, and examine the advantages and difficulties of moving from go-with-your-gut to data-driven safety programs.

What You Will Learn

  • Define metrics, such as leading and lagging indicators and business impact metrics
  • Discuss how data is generated and how it can be used in developing metrics
  • Review important considerations when communicating metrics to safety teams, workers, and other stakeholders

Jake Freivald, Vice President, Product Marketing, Fulcrum
jake_freivaldJake Freivald's 25-year career in software has covered many technology specializations, with a focus on data management and analytics. He places particular emphasis on the need for clear business communication about technology and on helping business leaders understand the practical requirements of modernization. Freivald has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.

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