Safety departments have always had budgetary pressures, but in this period of economic uncertainty, there has never been a greater need for safety professionals to be able to justify their activities. Being able to prove the impact of your programs is also crucial when you are looking to build momentum and support for future initiatives.
This paper discusses the challenges that safety professionals face when trying to define success and will outline some best practices that will help provide the depth and quality of data required to justify your work and maintain funding for safety through difficult economic periods.
Read the paper and learn:
- How best to evaluate success.
- The critical nature of planning.
- How the design of your program has an impact on your ability to calculate ROI.
About the Author
Stephanie Stokes is a Client Service Consultant on the Medgate Success Team. Stephanie earned her Bachelor of Science in Industrial Hygiene from Ohio University in 1998 and a Masters of Public Health from University of South Florida in 2011. Stephanie is currently certified in Public Health by the National Board of Public Health and is a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association.More Content by Stephanie Stokes, BSIH, MPH, CPH