Real ROI: Accident Cost is Profit Lost

Nothing is more important or more tragic than the human aspects of incidents: injury, pain, sorrow, anguish, loss of body parts or functions, occupational illness, disability, death, etc. The costs associated with these horrific events can be staggering. Even so, they tend to be only the tip of the iceberg. Studies have shown that more than 90% of accident costs can come from equipment damage, quality degradation, environmental damage, materials losses and rework, and performance interruption. Tens of thousands of dollars pour unchecked and uncontrolled through corporate budgets while many managers incorrectly accept these profit-robbers as a necessary cost of running the business. A competitive financial advantage exists for those who reject that idea and learn how to control accidental loss.

DNV invites you to invest an hour with us while our presentation team shares several techniques for identifying and controlling accident sources. We will discuss ways to capture costs that are frequently hidden in department budgets; costs that can be used to demonstrate needed changes to your managers. Selling safety internally often means demonstrating a reasonable return on your safety investment. Let us show you how safety can produce a satisfying ROI while at the same time provide a safer workplace.

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DATE: November 4, 2009
TIME: 2:00 Eastern - 1:00 Central - 11:00 Pacific

Speakers:

Jeff Bohon, Senior Consultant
Mr. Bohon is a Senior Consultant with DNV and has served the company since 1988. During the past 20+ years, his roles have included safety management systems auditor, product center manager, operations supervisor, trainer, sales associate and project manager for several product development projects. He has worked in more than 20 countries throughout North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Bill Lacy, Operations Manager
Bill Lacy has been with DNV for 18 years and is one of DNV’s most experienced international consultants, trainers and auditors. He has worked with a wide range of industries including mining, chemical, rail, automotive, petroleum, nuclear power generation and stevedore. He has lived in the USA, Australia, UK, Kuwait and Ireland during this time and has helped many international clients develop and manage effective Management Systems.


REGISTER BELOW
DATE: November 4, 2009
TIME: 2:00 Eastern - 1:00 Central - 11:00 Pacific

Duration: 1 hour