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Risk Management Series - Part 4: Using Leading Indicators to Achieve Better Outcomes

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Most organizations utilize records of employee injuries, accidents and near misses, such as loss runs and trend reports to determine how well their safety program is performing.  However, this data is considered lagging indicators because the injury, accident or incident has already transpired.  Leading indicators are proactive, preventive, and predictive measures that provide information about the effective performance of your safety and health activities. They measure events leading up to injuries, illnesses, and other incidents and reveal potential problems in your safety and health program. Take your organization to the next level by incorporating Leading Indicators into the mix. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn what Leading Indicators are and why they are important
  • Understand how to incorporate Leading Indicators into your Safety Program
  • Decide which Leading Indicators will work for your organization
  • Develop strategies to optimize your safety program

CEO’s, CFO's, COO's, Executives, Managers, Safety Committee Chair, Human Resources, Facilities Managers

Pamela Hunter, Ph.D., CSP, MS, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust