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Leading-Indicators - Leading Indicators We Want to Measure...

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Leading Indicators
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We Want to Measure Safety Performance
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What is the Purpose of Measuring Safety Performance? OSHA mandates that this be measured, namely in terms of OSHA recordable injuries We want to know how we are performing in the area of safety.
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What are the Outcomes of Evaluating Safety? 1. Determination that performance is acceptable (no change in operations would appear needed) 2. Determination that performance is improving (possible indication that interventions are working) 3. Determination that performance is declining (additional interventions are required) 4. Determination that performance is unacceptable (interventions must be implemented).
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Decisions Driven by Safety Performance 1. Rewards for good Safety Performance 2. Raises for good Safety Performers 3. Recognition for good Safety Performers 4. Basis for Selecting Personnel or Firms 5. Trigger the Imposition of Interventions.
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Safety Performance Measures 1. Lagging or Trailing or Downstream Indicators of Safety Performance 2. Leading or Upstream Indicators of Safety Performance.
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Lagging or Trailing Indicators of Safety Performance After-the-Fact Measures of Safety Performance.
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Most Common Lagging Indicator of Safety Performance EMR Injury Performance, as in the frequency of OSHA recordable injuries per 200,000 hours of worker exposure.
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