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Getting a Pulse on your Safety Culture: How Perception Surveys Can Help Predict and Prevent Injuries - On-Demand

Getting a Pulse on your Safety Culture: How Perception Surveys Can Help Predict and Prevent Injuries - On-Demand

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Getting a Pulse on your Safety Culture: How Perception Surveys Can Help Predict and Prevent Injuries

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to develop and use effective safety perception surveys to identify safety risks, avoid workplace injuries, and understand your safety culture.

Metrics are a core component of every safety professional’s job, from straightforward tracking of injuries and lost-time incidents to the more challenging task of quantifying safe behaviors, attitudes, and other leading indicators. Approaches vary, but the goal is always the same: understanding where, when, how, and why on-the-job injuries occur in order to prevent the next one.

There are dozens of cultural assessments that claim to identify gaps in a variety of safety-related areas, yet most lack statistical reliability or validity. However, innovative new survey instruments that assess organizational culture in “real-time”—going beyond a one-time snapshot of employees’ perceptions—offer a promising opportunity for organizations to gain true in-depth, predictive insight into their safety culture, injury risks, and other opportunities for improvement.

Use this on-demand webinar when safety culture and process improvement expert Chuck Pettinger, Ph.D., will reveal how well-designed safety perception surveys can help predict safety issues and workplace injuries. He’ll provide insight into the key elements of good survey design, share practical tips for measuring difficult-to-quantify soft factors that contribute to safety success, and give you the tools you need to effectively measure your safety climate and culture to predict and prevent injuries.

By the end of this in-depth webinar and through exercises, you’ll be able to:

  • Identify safety constructs develop effective questions that tap into your organizational and safety culture
  • Understand the difference between corporate climate and culture—and why it matters for developing an effective safety perception survey
  • Use survey data, along with your other safety metrics, to help predict where your next injury could occur
  • Tap into the power of leading indicators—along with the Internet of Things—to develop a real-time vision of your organization’s effectiveness and gaps  
  • Apply hands-on exercises and techniques to create your own safety culture perception survey and a roadmap for cultural excellence 

About Your Presenter:

Chuck Pettinger`Chuck Pettinger, Ph.D.
Process Improvement Leader
Predictive Solutions,

Chuck Pettinger, PhD, process improvement leader at Predictive Solutions, has been named to the list of Top 50 Thought Leaders for Today and Tomorrow by ISHN Magazine. He was recognized for his extensive work with predictive analytics and cultural change methodologies. He and his colleagues at Predictive Solutions specialize in improving safety cultures by using “big data” to predict where future incidents will occur. Throughout his more than 25 years of experience, he has influenced many safety cultures from around the world and continues uncovering leading indicators to eliminate death on the job, in this century. He is responsible for leading all aspects of cultural change for clients of Predictive Solutions—a fully owned subsidiary of Industrial Scientific Corporation. 

Prior to joining Predictive Solutions, Chuck earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Florida, his Master’s Degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and his Doctorate from Virginia Tech.

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