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Using an automated system to measure (and improve) safety culture

April 29, 2015 John Easton, CRSP

This paper offers tangible guidance on how to track safety performance to help you measure and improve safety culture. Key metrics, best practice workflows, and dashboard examples are given.

Safety culture is a hot topic for many of today’s organizations but measuring safety culture in order to promote improvements can be elusive and challenging.

We offer that, by measuring & finding and fixing & safety performance with an automated system, you can be armed with the tools needed to improve safety culture.

Download this whitepaper and learn how an automated safety system can help you evaluate these components of finding and fixing:

  • Understanding the Healthy Balance
  • Standardizing an Effective Hazard Identification and Correction Process
  • Effectively Prioritizing Actions Based on Risk

About the Author

John Easton, CRSP

John Easton is Director, Product Management after having served previously as Product Manager and Senior Client Service Consultant. He has been in the health and safety field since 1996. Prior to joining Medgate, John worked for 12 years at Toyota Motor Manufacturing in the capacity of Health & Safety Specialist and most recently as Assistant Manager, Health & Safety. John has extensive experience in developing and managing standards and programs for industrial hygiene and safety.

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