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Leading Safety Indicators: Going Beyond Incident Rates - On-Demand

Leading Safety Indicators: Going Beyond Incident Rates - On-Demand

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Leading Safety Indicators: Going Beyond Incident Rates - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

Length: 1 hour

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Join this webinar to learn key information on leading vs. lagging indicators and their importance, what insight can be gained from them, and how to apply them in everyday practices.

Many companies only keep track of injuries as required by OSHA. While investigating injuries and implementing corrective actions is important to your safety program, they are only part of the story. Other numbers, such as employee safety observations, can give you valuable insight into where your program is and where it is going. By tracking leading indicators, you can help prevent injuries rather than react to them.

Join us on September 21 with safety expert Claire Beich. During this webinar, Claire will discuss leading versus lagging indicators, why they are important and what information can be gained from them, as well as how to apply them to your everyday practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • What are considered leading indicators vs. lagging indicators
  • Why leading indicators are so important
  • What insight can be gained from leading indicators
  • How to apply them to the day-to-day practices

About Your Presenter

Claire V. BeichClaire V. Beich, CSP, CESCL

Claire Beich is an Environmental Health & Safety professional and business owner. After getting a taste of safety in the US Army, Claire was sought out to lead the safety program at her first job back home in Washington state.

She spent her time while working in both food manufacturing and transitioning to the roofing manufacturing industry earning her BA in Safety and Health, graduating Summa Cum Laude, attaining the GSP designation. Her extensive experience with team building, growth of safety culture in a rocking environment in each of her industries will add to your ever filling toolbox.

Claire lives in Bellingham, Washington racing sailboats and scuba diving as often as possible.

Credit Information

Credits for this program expired on 12/31/21.