Safety Truth 4

The final video in our Safety Truths sessions focuses on patterns within your observational data that indicate another cultural concern. Safety Truth #4 looks at organizations that uncover safety concerns, but do nothing with them. In this case, organizations are finding a large quantity of risky ...

Safety Truth 3

The final two sessions on our Safety Truths will uncover patterns within your observational data that indicate cultural concerns. Safety Truth #3 looks at the quality of the observer performing safety inspections . Some employees believe there is no value in performing inspections and do not put ...

Safety Truth 2

If an increase in the number of safety inspections reduces injuries , should we simply hire more safety professionals to do observations? This session will answer this question through research by Safety Predictive Analytics. This video will also describe how Safety Truth #2 can be detected through ...

Safety Truth 1

Many organizations perform inspections, audits and observations. However, by examining the observation intelligence from these safety data gathering methods, organizations can gain insight into their safety cultures. Many organizations require a certain amount of inspects or observations be ...

4 Safety Truths

From our partnership with Carnegie Mellon, we have uncovered 4 Safety Truths. These truths were discovered through Safety Predictive Analytics and describe two characteristics from inspection and observational data that point to successful safety cultures and two that are found in struggling ...

What is Predictive Analytics?

This group of 6 sessions focuses on Predictive Analytics and how we use this information to predict and prevent injuries in the workplace. This first of 6 sessions discusses Big Data, defines predictive analytics and describes our partnership with Carnegie Mellon's Language Technology Institute. ...
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