ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
5 Ways to Get More Meaningful EH&S Metrics


Most EHS professionals want effective safety programs, but sometimes they struggle to move the needle forward. To implement a safety program at your organization, or to maintain an existing one, you must maintain the support of senior leadership by demonstrating that you are achieving your goals, and increase manager involvement by having clear measures that they can directly impact. When metrics change, managers can immediately act or decide on a strategy.

During this 60-minute webinar, we will cover 5 ways you can get more meaningful metrics to support your program with all stakeholders including:

  • Establishing a common goal that provides direction for a specific action.
  • Linking the measures to the common goal and the business objectives that are valued by leadership.
  • And more!

Measurement data can fall into a variety of types: lagging/outcome, leading/predictive, risk, activity, and value. Each of these data types can be valuable, depending on the maturity of your safety (or ergonomics) effort. This session will also discuss how and when to use each data type most effectively.

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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
5 Ways to Get More Meaningful EH&S Metrics


Most EHS professionals want effective safety programs, but sometimes they struggle to move the needle forward. To implement a safety program at your organization, or to maintain an existing one, you must maintain the support of senior leadership by demonstrating that you are achieving your goals, and increase manager involvement by having clear measures that they can directly impact. When metrics change, managers can immediately act or decide on a strategy.

During this 60-minute webinar, we will cover 5 ways you can get more meaningful metrics to support your program with all stakeholders including:

  • Establishing a common goal that provides direction for a specific action.
  • Linking the measures to the common goal and the business objectives that are valued by leadership.
  • And more!

Measurement data can fall into a variety of types: lagging/outcome, leading/predictive, risk, activity, and value. Each of these data types can be valuable, depending on the maturity of your safety (or ergonomics) effort. This session will also discuss how and when to use each data type most effectively.


Sign up today!