Moving from Lagging to Leading Indicators to Improve Safety Performance
The ability of an organization to achieve sustainability can be bolstered significantly with an effective data management program. One of the main EHS challenges in the industry today is how to shift focus of data from a reactive to a proactive concern. Lagging indicators have been the common way to measure safety performance. The importance of the leading indicators for improving process safety performance surfaced in the Baker Panel report back in 2007. We will look at how both the process and occupational safety leading indicators can provide actionable information to reduce risk and encourage teams to be proactive in preventing incidents in the modern work environment.
In this webinar you will learn about:
- Historical versus predictive data
- Framework and characteristics of leading indicators
- Identifying and improving leading indicators of safety performance
Lagging indicators such as the Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) have been in use for decades and serve as a standard metric to measure safety performance. But as these lagging indicators have trended downwards at firms with a strong safety culture, it has become evident that looking at historic incidents, accidents and near misses will not enable future improvements with a goal of achieving zero harm. This webinar, led by Sphera Solutions, explains how you get started with leading indicators; what are some of the key challenges getting to this next level of analytics and what data, analysis and expert resources are required.
Register below for this free webinar
: October 10, 2018
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
VP Solution & Consulting & Renewals
Ms. Behboodi has over 25 years of experience in operational risk, audits & compliance, process optimization and reengineering and solution implementations. At Sphera over the last 8 years, she has managed global implementations of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) solutions for some of the largest chemical, oil & gas, life sciences and manufacturing companies with a focus on operational risk. In her current role, Ms. Behboodi leads the solution and consulting team and consults with clients to develop their EHS process enablement and optimization approach and plan. The Solution & Consulting team has deep knowledge and expertise in the EHS domain and Sphera's solutions and capabilities. They engage with various client stakeholders such as subject matter experts, technologists and operators to help define requirements, project scope, and establish a business case to support initiatives and recommend an implementation approach that assures the solution will deliver the desired business outcomes.
Date: Oct 10, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 Hour