Businesses invest big in safety improvement initiatives, yet relatively few can pinpoint the positive effects of these on their safety culture. The natural tendency is to turn to lag indicators. And while not inherently bad, these measures only provide part of the picture.
Businesses who excel at safety are looking to lead metrics to not only demonstrate clear return on safety investment, but to also better predict and prevent incidents in the workplace. Knowing where to start is often the first hurdle. The second, is convincing senior stakeholders to buy into a new way of measuring safety.
Join Sentis CEO, Anthony Gibbs and special guest Jillian Hamilton from Manage Damage on May 5 at 12pm AEST to explore how the best in the business track safety performance with their executive’s full support.
A few key takeaways include:
- Popular success measures and metrics
- The challenge with traditional lag indicators
- Lead metrics that resonate with senior stakeholders
- How to use metrics to build a case for safety culture change