422 Using Decision-Making Strategy to Evaluate Safety and Health Performance

Many safety and health programs are operating in our organizations, yet few have undergone systematic evaluation to determine their success and cost effectiveness. To reach a higher level of performance, it may be time to evaluate whether to go forward with your current program or take a different approach. In this seminar, you will learn a decision-making strategy that you can use to analyze the cost-effectiveness of the resources allocated for your program and how to make those changes that will increase the performance of your safety and health program.

Learn to
Apply a decision-making strategy to gauge the performance of your safety and health program resources
Demonstrate statistically the relationship between your loss experience and the efforts made by your safety and health program
Use this decision-making approach for future resource planning

Instructor(s): Samuel A. Oyewole, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Environmental Health and Safety Engineering
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

Credit: 1 Day / .7 CEU / 1.17 Safety CM Points #10-4808