This presentation highlights the importance for organizations to include leading safety indicators in their measurement systems. The presentation is delivered with passion and urgency and includes specific direction to reduce injuries and save lives. Topics include how to select safety measures that are both meaningful and motivational; Establishing an effective mix of leading and lagging indicators; and the use of Risk Assessment for determining safety priorities.
You will learn the single factor that has the greatest influence on the success of your safety measures. Application tools and short case studies are discussed to illustrate key points.
This wecast is sponsored by AllOne Health
Date: September 17, 2014
Time: 12:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM CST
Duration: 90 minutes
Dr. Earl Blair, CSP
Earl Blair is an Associate Professor and Program Director for the Safety Management Graduate Program at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. He is a Certified Safety Professional and holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Asbury College, a Masters degree in Safety Management from West Virginia University and a Doctorate in Vocational Education from the University of Kentucky. Earl has over 30 years experience as a safety professional in industry, consulting, training, and academia. Dr. Blair is an award winning teacher and author. He conducts research in the areas of safety performance improvement, and is a frequent speaker at regional, corporate, national and international safety events. Earl is a professional member of ASSE.
Leading Indicators: the Future for Great Safety Performance
September 17, 2014 at 9am Pacific / 11am Central / Noon Eastern