Data suggests that unsafe actions or behavior by humans are responsible for 88% of all injuries at the workplace. But it is also clear that steps taken to reduce the number of minor injuries plays a key role in minimizing major injuries and safety incidents.
So, the question is how can we ensure these steps are taken? The first step is data visibility. Both the executive management and safety team must have a finger on the pulse of all safety data, metrics and KPIs. You need to have a “Safety Control Tower” that allows you to drill down and look at safety data with both a top-down and bottom-up approach.
But that alone is not enough. You need a system to track all safety actionables. Where are we on all safety risks? What actions are being planned? Can we monitor the progress of steps taken? Do we have integrated risk management to prioritize CAPA efforts based on risk level?
In this whitepaper, we will discuss the following topics:
- Why data- driven safety management is the need of the hour
- Diving deep into injuries related data through safety control tower
- How various stakeholders can use the safety control tower
- Safety control tower – a key feature in ComplianceQuest EHS
- And more