Health & safety organizations that serve complex plant and field operations face increasingly difficult challenges to their mission. Economic conditions have caused budget cutbacks and diminished staffing resources for H&S support functions, even as senior management seeks to improve workplace injury rates and other safety-related metrics that cause productivity losses.
H&S managers can use the survey analysis in this document to benchmark their H&S organization against leaders in the field. They can draw upon this research as a guide to improve their structures, clearly designate roles and responsibilities and to craft training so that their operations deliver strong safety performance within tight budget restraints
This 34-page document summarizes a Best Practices, LLC benchmarking survey on driving efficiency and effectiveness in Health & Safety organizations. Over 45 graphics present the different responses of H&S executives surveyed, including data on budgeting, staffing, goverance, performance measurement, training, and specific H&S activities.
This research originated from a Best Practices, LLC Reserach and Consulting project.