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The Use of Leading Indicators to Predict Injuries and Health and Environmental Incidents (EGYN62W)

Presented by: Vince Marchesani, Ph.D.
 
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60 minutes
Event Description

Techniques to Predict Injuries and Health and Environmental Incidents to Save Lives and Prevent Injuries to Employees

Leading indicators helps companies save money by reducing or eliminating costs associated with injuries, and other health and environmental incidents. It also helps prevent disabling injuries and save lives. By incorporating incident severity, probability and type of injury and health and environmental incidents, the need to purchase costly safety, health and environmental programs is reduced or eliminated.

Learning and employing leading indicators will permit a movement away from the all too familiar cycle of good performance such as no action needed; deterioration in performance; need for modification; correction and poor performance; and the need for a new program. Using this technique can prevent the cycle from occurring because you are using the predictions to make adjustments so that injuries and incidents do not take place.

Leading indicators have been used for years to predict the future. Weather professionals have used barometric pressure to predict the weather. Polls are used to inform politicians in case strategies need to be changed. Similarly, your elevated body temperature or blood pressure are indicators that you’re not well.

Join this session by expert speaker Vince Marchesani to know the techniques to predict injuries and health and environmental incidents in your workplace. Learn about potential exposures and imminent discharges that can act as tools in predicting injuries, health and environmental incidents. This presentation will help you use leading indicators such as misses, unsafe acts and unsafe conditions to protect future safety performance, exposure levels and environmental threat of release, which are logical next steps in successfully improving safety, performance, and health and environmental measurement.

In this webinar, Vince will make various references to Heinrich Pyramid and The Campbell Institute Study, “Transforming EHS Performance Measurement through Leading Indicators.”

Session Highlights:

  • Leading indicators as a part of our daily lives
  • The importance of leading indicators in industry
  • Monitoring and reporting of leading indicators
  • Using of severity, probability and type to predict injury and health and environmental incidents
  • Actions in response to the predictions
  • Improved safety, health and environmental performance
  • Cost saving as a result of using this technique

Who Should Attend

  • CEOs, Directors, VPs and C-level professionals
  • Occupational safety professional
  • Attorney
  • Regulatory authorities
  • Risk managers
About Our Speaker(s)

Vince Marchesani | Environmental Regulations SpeakerVince Marchesani Ph.D.
Dr. Vince J. Marchesani is the President and CEO of Environmental, Health and Safety International, LLC. Vince has held the position of VP, Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) at Basell (retired). He has 30+ years of experience in the chemical industry. His educational qualifications include B.S. and M.S. degrees fr... More info

 
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