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Metrics
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Trailing
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Attitudes
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Program
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Physical
Conditions
 
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Incident
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 - Perception surveys
 - Training
 - Accountability
 - Communications
 - Planning &
   Evaluation
 - Roles & Procedures
 - Incident
   Investigations
 - Inspections
 - Audits
 - Risk assessments
 - Prevention & control
 - Observations
 - Feedback loops
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 - OSHA
   Recordables
 - Lost
   Workdays
 - Restricted
   Workdays
    ORC Worldwide Metrics Taskforce

    Speaker Notes:

    To effectively manage anything --

    You first must be able to measure it -- Safety is no different --

    • Historically -- we have used after the fact "trailing indicators" (measuring "failures")
       
    • Ideal situation is to develop a balanced scorecard of leading and trailing indicators -- the Key is to correlate leading with trailing to measure the effectiveness of your efforts. Maximum value from metrics.