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A Practical Approach to Data-Driven Occupational Health and Safety

Unlock the value of digitalizing occupational health and safety with the right data

The last decade has seen organizations embrace software applications to manage the EHS data generated by their Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) programs. New technologies like the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, wearables, advanced robotics and mobile devices are becoming more prevalent in the workplace and gaining traction in OHS management.

These new, data-hungry technologies show great potential as tools for OHS professionals to improve workplace safety, protect worker health and reduce occupational risks.

Nevertheless, the digitalization of the world of work may fail to manifest its promise of revolutionizing OHS practice to incorporate more data-driven approaches if organizations lack a deliberate strategy for collecting, managing, and leveraging OHS data.

Therefore, organizations need to take a holistic and organized view of their data strategy to enable operational excellence in OHS management.

In this webinar, we discuss how you can enhance Occupational Health and Safety through a data-driven approach. You will learn:

  • How the fundamentals of data collection still matter in the age of digitalization and pandemics.
  • The elements of formulating a robust Occupational Health and Safety data strategy.
  • Key steps to improve the collection and use of OHS data, and to prepare for future integrations with new OHS technologies.

Presenter: Rhandi Selde, Ph.D., Principal Consultant & SME, SAI360 EHS&S

 

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