Sponsored by Fulcrum. Going digital increases the rigor of compliance safety inspections and improves the productivity of inspectors. However, digitization must go beyond just improving an individual process. It should enable your organization to use the safety inspection data to truly transform the entire organization so you can be more productive, safer, and achieve better financial outcomes. Gain practical guidance on how to develop a road map for an effective data-driven safety program that allows you to continually learn, rethink and upgrade processes and improve outcomes.
What You Will Learn
- Gain a better understanding of how digitization can alter safety processes
- Review how your organization can use the high-quality data collected in digital safety inspections to identify areas most in need of improvement
- Assess how information sharing — whether between individuals, to every stakeholder or across information systems — can increase the value of the data your safety inspections collect.
Jake Freivald, Vice President of Product Marketing, Fulcrum
Jake 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.