5 Strategies for a Future Ready Health and Safety Program

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This webinar occurred on: June 22, 2016

In this competitive business era, change in business processes, business objectives, employees, products, suppliers and regulations is inevitable. Health and safety programs have to evolve to help ensure occupational safety in this dynamic business environment and in the years to come. Health and safety management cannot be just about reporting incidents and regulatory compliance anymore. Organizations have to create sustainable culture of occupational health and safety that includes the right tone at the top, and is focused on creating the right policies, understanding the behavior of employees, promoting awareness, identifying and managing health and safety risks, monitoring performance, and continuous improvement.

In this webinar, we address the top areas to focus on to jump start a future-ready health and safety program to improve your organization’s overall safety performance, reduce risk and achieve excellence.

Learning objectives include:

  • How risk based thinking fosters better decision-making capabilities
  • Paradigm shift from Health and safety compliance to performance
  • Defining metrics for monitoring and continuous improvement
  • The importance of employee awareness and involvement
  • How to evaluate available technology options
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This webinar occurred on: June 22, 2016


Trevor Bronson., Analyst, Verdantix
Trevor is a New York City-based Analyst working in both the Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) and Sustainability Services Practice and the EH&S Information Management Practice. His research expertise covers the global EH&S services market, corporate EH&S management strategies, supply-side and demand-side EH&S software best practices, and the global product stewardship market. In his advisory work, Trevor has managed and/or been a part of projects involving acquisitions of EH&S software and services firms, strategy development for optimizing international growth, and research regarding the themes of operational excellence and operational risk management within EH&S.

Christopher Gray – Account Executive, MetricStream
Chris Gray is an Account Executive of Industry Solutions at MetricStream.  He is responsible for a portfolio of key industry verticals including Energy and Utilities, Retail, Manufacturing, Health Care and Life Sciences, as well Banking and Financial Services. He has extensive experience in risk management spending just short of the last 10 years with Wolters Kluwer in their Risk & Compliance Division.  Chris has helped many institutions to deploy effective and proactive GRC solutions. Chris holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Colby-Sawyer College.

Duration: 1 Hour