As we close out Day 2 of our annual User Conference, we’re sharing more of the insights, discussion topics and key trends our customers, industry analysts and executives are talking about at the show. Check out our Day 1 recap if you haven’t read it yet.
Many organizations don't yet realize how their siloed risk and safety management programs hinder them, rather than letting them to get hyperspecific.
Keeping workers safe on the job requires a holistic approach, though it can be challenging. On any given day, a safety manager can be running from worksite to worksite ensuring employees aren't harmed, as well as creating and executing training programs.
Most employers don't allow workers to use cellphones on the job - but that could be changing in some circles.
Injuries may seem certain and unavoidable at some workplaces, but by taking precautionary steps you can bid farewell to risk altogether.
While summer may be the perfect time to get outdoor projects done, the heat turns up for safety managers. Keep employees safe by knowing the common risks associated with the season.
Remember the saying, “Rome wasn’t built in a day?” As you know, neither is world-class EHS performance.
With the increased pressure on EHS professionals, some people are expected to move from paper reports to predictive analytics overnight. Others are tasked with leaping from an incident rate of five to zero in just one quarter. In the frenzy to meet increasing demands, the level of effort required to achieve world-class EHS results sometimes gets overlooked.
We all want it. We all say we need it. And we all think we have it. But what is “actionable data”?
For most in the risk management community, “actionable data” is what we get from analyzing the claims data received from the claims system of our carrier or administrator. The data is often used for underwriting and pricing rather than learning and trending.
June is National Safety Month - what is your company doing to keep its workers safe? The National Safety Council works with organizations around the U.S. to raise awareness for the mitigation of preventable deaths.
In an increasingly digital world, employee safety is becoming easier to maintain - with the right tools.