The use of leading indicators - proactive, preventive and predictive measures to identify and eliminate risks and hazards in the workplace – is on the radar of many environmental, health and safety professionals.
In this webinar, John Dony and Joy Inouye of the Campbell Institute, discuss their research into leading indicators. They will define leading indicators, explain their importance, describe applications, and share specific examples of indicators.
The presentation includes case studies and advice for getting started with leading indicators at your organization.
The Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council is built upon the belief that environment, health and safety (EHS) is at the core of business. It sees EHS as fundamental to operational and financial performance, and seeks to help organizations, of all sizes and sectors, achieve and sustain excellence.