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Safety Solutions
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Thursday, December 15, 2022, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Workplace violence has, on average, been the second leading cause of non-roadway fatalities in the U.S. for the past decade (BLS, 2011-2020). Even so, it is often overlooked as a significant workplace hazard. Speaker Kenna Carlsen will first provide an overview of workplace violence trends and explore the situational and systemic risk factors contributing to violence. Next, she will explore the unique overlap between safety and security management as well as the importance of creating synergies between these often-conflicting entities. Finally, attendees will learn about promising safety technologies for violence prevention, along with their specific use cases.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn observable risk factors and existing control measures that can help prevent workplace violence.
  • Review existing technologies that, when paired with a strong prevention plan, can aid in the prevention, mitigation, or response to violence.
  • Understand barriers to technology implementation and tactics employers can use to build the business case for workplace violence prevention.
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday, December 15, 2022, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Collecting, utilizing, and presenting safety data effectively across your organization can make or break safety culture. If you're getting yawns capturing important information at key moments--you're in trouble.

What if you could easily capture safety data across all activities and safety programs, and use that data to strengthen your safety culture?

A company operating with a strong health and safety culture can:
• Boost staff morale and productivity - a safer workplace, with easy-to-use tools, is a happier workplace. This can lead to improved safety programs.
• Reduce risks, ultimately lessening the likelihood of incidents - less paperwork, fewer staff absences, and less nasty fines!
• Improve efficiency.
• Avoid reputational damage and enjoy lower insurance costs.

Rather than being an expense or burden, collecting, measuring, and presenting health and safety data should be considered an investment, business objective.

Join our live Webinar with EcoOnline’s Principal Product Development Director, Rob Leech. We’ll cover:
1. Why you need safety data: compliance, risk reduction, and insight for improvements
2. How to collect safety data: set up frictionless reporting
3. Get the most out of it: utilize data to prove ROI and uncover areas for operational improvements

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday, December 14, 2022, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Environment, social and governance (ESG) will continue to grow in importance and be a focus for many companies. As a result, EHS leaders are increasingly involved in developing strategies that support their companies’ sustainability initiatives. This requires a multi-pronged approach involving the collection and analysis of traditional injury and illness data, but also collaboration with other departments within your company, and an understanding of how the EHS function is central to Total Worker Health and your company’s overall ESG mission. Drawing on his work on Goodyear’s corporate initiatives, Jim will show you how to use your data to define a strategy relevant to the EHS function, align your organization to it, and govern its deployment in support of ESG efforts.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the value of data simplicity.
  • Learn about how EHS ties into and supports ESG.
  • Leave with a roadmap of how to build ownership of ESG results outside the EHS function.
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday, December 14, 2022, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Industrial workers in the United States are facing unprecedented demand on the clock. Labor shortages, soaring quotas and a crippled supply chain are just some of the factors pushing them to the limits. 

The effects are profound. Not only are preventable workplace injury rates keeping pace, but the mental health toll such essential workers face on a daily basis is revealing itself as well. 

According to our Industrial Athlete Workforce Report — which polled in late 2022 more than 600 active workers across critical industries — more than 47% of respondents report being stressed at their jobs, while nearly 20% said they receive no job training at all.

The positive news is that safety wearables can help identify at-risk individuals and action a plan to help mitigate these factors before they get worse. 

By collecting ergonomic and physiological data from the workers themselves and compiling that data into an intuitive, trend-based dashboard, managers are armed with powerful insights from the source so they can provide insights where they’re needed most. 

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