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Title: WS11-01 - Improving Safety Performance with Upstream Indicators
Publication Date: 6/11/2007
Product Type: Video
Status: Supporting Product
Pages: 0
The use of effective measures of safety performance is vital to the continued success of many construction firms and required by top owner firms. Traditional downstream indicators provide information too late, after injuries have already occurred.

A new approach to measuring safety performance is needed. Consideration must be given to developing indicators that show when safety performance is declining, so interventions can be imposed before injuries are sustained.

This one-hour DVD captures a live web seminar where Dr. Jimmie Hinze (University of Florida) explores the many types of leading indicators and how they can be developed for every aspect of a safety program.

This video product is not currently available for online access or download, but is sold in DVD format.
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Abstract

The use of effective measures of safety performance is vital to the continued success of many construction firms and required by top owner firms. Traditional downstream indicators provide information too late, after injuries have already occurred.

A new approach to measuring safety performance is needed. Consideration must be given to developing indicators that show when safety performance is declining, so interventions can be imposed before injuries are sustained.

This one-hour DVD captures a live web seminar where Dr. Jimmie Hinze (University of Florida) explores the many types of leading indicators and how they can be developed for every aspect of a safety program.

This video product is not currently available for online access or download, but is sold in DVD format.