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February 13-14, 2008 - 1.4 CEUs, 2.0 IH CM Points #08-2208, 0.88 CHMM CMP
In this highly interactive seminar, you will learn the latest methods in measurement as applied to safety management systems. You will examine the proper application and limitations of various safety metrics, determine measurement priorities, learn about communicating with management through leading measurement systems, and identify methods for using measurement as a powerful driver of safety performance. Tools and resources for measurement will be discussed and demonstrated.
· Distinguish the roles leading and trailing indicators play in effective safety management systems
· Recognize key steps in utilizing leading measures and metrics
· Use basic safety metrics calculations and tools
· Develop a leading measures implementation strategy specific to your organization
· Identify pitfalls in establishing performance measurement systems
· Explain how to use meaningful safety metrics to affect employee motivation and as drivers of improved safety performance
· Prepare a report for senior management using leading safety metrics
Instructor(s): Earl Blair, Ed.D., CSP - Associate Professor & Program Director, Safety Management, Department of Applied Health Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN & Barry S. Spurlock - Loss Control Professional, Midwestern Insurance Alliance, Louisville, KY