tackle the worst and most persistent safety problems.
For over 30 years, safety professionals have been searching for reliable leading indicators. But is it possible that in so many years no one has found any? Read what safety experts from some of the most important companies in the world have to say about it! Read now!
It’s common knowledge that serious injuries and fatalities have not come down over the last 10 years the same way that total recordable injuries have. Is it because of the theory or lack of execution? Find out what the world’s top safety experts are doing to prevent this persistent problem! Read now!
In theory, all injuries could be prevented, but in reality, it’s not a good bet – especially off the job or while driving. Nevertheless, accepting a level of harm that is above zero seems like giving up. Find out who has Zero Harm in their mission statement and what the results have been so far.
|1||The Search for Reliable Leading Indicators: Are There Really Any?||May 18th|
|2||Recordables Vs. Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIFs): Why Have Only Recordables Come Down?||June 15th|
|3||Zero Harm: Is it a Mindset or Reality?||July 15th|
|4||Felt Leadership: Are They Feeling it?||August 15th|
|5||Balancing Just Culture and Accountability: How do you Make it Fair?||September 15th|
|6||Excellent Safety = Excellent Business: Yes, but is it Cause or (just) Correlation?||October 17th|
|7||Fatigue Risk Management.||November 15th|
|8||Production Vs. Safety: Ancient Myth or Current Reality?||December 15th|
|9||Competence, Complacency and Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIF’s).||January 17th|
|10||Capturing Hearts and Minds: Strategies that Worked in the Field and in the Boardroom.||February 15th|
|11||Engaging the Front-Line Supervisor: What Works in Reality?||March 15th|
|12||Corralling the Slippery Manager.||April 18th|