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 is the combination of cultural behaviors, compliance procedures and processes, and capital investments in technology that improves both worker safety and productivity. It is vital that you embrace the human, procedural, and technical aspects of safety, to reach your safety and productivity goals.
As a machine builder, you can understand the value that safety brings to your customers. The importance of building machinery compliant with global standards is essential to your growth and sustainability.
The global workforce continues to change. Fewer, less experienced workers are replacing experienced, skilled workers if you can find them.
Company productivity and worker safety will be impacted as these shifts continue for decades to come. Meanwhile, the global GDP growth rate is expected to decline from 3.6% to only 2.1% for the next 50 years. It will require 80% faster productivity growth to compensate for the projected decline.
Manufacturers will need to take a multifaceted approach that maximizes the productivity of each worker that is hired, improvements in machinery design, safety, and connectivity.