Safety Management

Achieve Safety and Performance Excellence

Safety Management

Productivity and safety are complementary measurements of business success. Best-in-class companies achieve 5 to 7% higher OEE, 2 to 4% less unscheduled downtime, and less than half the injury rate of average performers. These objectives are achieved with a focus on safety culture, compliance processes and procedures, and the use of technology to reduce risks and optimize productivity. Let us help you develop your plan for best-in-class performance.

Safety Maturity Helps Achieve Your Business Goals

Improve Safety and Productivity Performance

Safety Maturity is a combination of three key elements: Culture (behavior), Compliance (procedure), and Capital (technology deployment).

Working with partners in cultural development, we have developed measurement tools and a proven five-step process to improve safety maturity. The process requires collaboration between environmental health and safety (EHS), operations, and engineering to achieve best-in-class performance.

Critical Business Issues for Safety Professionals

Effective safety programs optimize productivity and protect workers, equipment, reputation, and the environment. Learn more about how best-in-class performers collaborate across departments to achieve business objectives.

Safety and the Evolution of the Global Workforce

Improve Insight into Worker Behavior, Compliance, Trends

The global workforce continues to change with GDP growth rate expected to decline from 3.6% to 2.1% over the next 50 years. It will require 80% faster productivity growth to compensate for the projected decline.

Manufacturers need to take a multifaceted approach that maximizes the productivity of each worker that is hired, improvements in machinery design, safety, and connectivity.

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