Eliminating workplace accidents is the goal of any safety program, but it is easier said than done.
To embark on this journey, it is crucial to understand the distinction between lagging and leading indicators.
Lagging indicators gauge the effectiveness of your safety program by measuring past events such as injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. In contrast, leading indicators take a proactive and preventive approach toward safety. They provide real-time information about the current safety status of a company, enabling proactive measures to prevent future injuries.
Read the eBook today and understand the how the shift from lagging indicators to leading indicators can prevent workplace injuries and illnesses, reduce costs associated with incidents and improve productivity and organizational performance.