This week on The Safety Meeting, Sage welcomes back Greg Sizemore, Vice President of health, safety, environment, and workforce development for ABC, to share the findings from the 2022 Safety Performance Report.
Focus on TRIR before others focus on it for you. Here’s what to do if your TRIR falls above or below the industry average.
What’s the difference between a corrective and preventive action? How do you figure out which ones are most important to tackle first?
This week we chat about committing to the safety of your workers, laying the foundation for your safety programs, and believing that people matter above all else.
We’ve been talking a lot about injury rates and how to benchmark yours against industry averages. This got me thinking, which ones are the most dangerous?
TRIR: Yet another acronym in the alphabet soup of safety regulations. Learn how to calculate yours and how OSHA and insurers use your score to assess your business.
In this week’s episode we discuss how data and analytics not only help develop preventative safety measures, but also predictive safety measures.
Companies that use safety data to maintain a safe workplace set themselves up for success. Use these best practices to keep your safety procedures effective.
Lagging indicators can inform what improvements you can make to your safety program. Use your data to see long-term trends and evaluate performance.