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Products & Services Business Operations Health and Safety Metrics

Benchmarks for Establishing and Measuring Successful Health & Safety Functions

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ID: 4721


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Pages/Slides: 23


Published: Pre-2014


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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Study Overview

Employee health, safety and wellness play a crucial role in ensuring a high-performing workplace. Health & Safety teams seek leading performance indicators and employee buy-in to prevent injuries, but at the same time executives struggle to establish a safety culture that builds strong employee awareness of the importance and benefits of the safety function.

This 23-slide presentation captures benchmark data of 53 Health & Safety organizations across several industries in the following areas:

  • Resources and responsibilities for safety
  • Trust and buy-in for the safety function
  • Measuring performance of health and safety programs
  • Performance of the safety function
  • Leading and lagging indicators for work place safety

Key Topics
Health & Safety managers can use this data to learn about Health & Safety tools and programs of other companies and ultimately streamline their health and wellness programs to reduce injury rates and maintain workplace productivity. Specifically, the study identifies the following:
  • Tactics for recruiting safety leaders
  • Tools to improve Health & Safety accountability in the workforce
  • Resolving issues and building trust among employees
  • Communicating the benefits of health and wellness programs
  • ROI of workplace health & wellness
  • Methods to record H&S incident investigations
  • Severity of injury metrics
  • Methods to perform daily task and job category safety analyses

Key Findings and Metrics
  • Across the benchmark class, H&S organizations empower their front-line staff to proactively prevent safety incidents. One company facilitates an online close-call program where employees can submit H&S best practices and ultimately are entered for a prize drawing. Another identifies informal walk-arounds and discussions as effective in encouraging this type of behavior in workers.
  • For 47% of the benchmark class, the implementation and promotion of health and wellness programs led to a reduction of minor physical injuries at the workplace. Some companies achieved more than a 50% reduction rate in one year or less.

Methodology
This research originated from a Best Practices, LLC Internet Benchmarking Exchange survey.

Industries Profiled:
Utilities; Energy; Manufacturing; Professional Services; Consumer Products; Chemical; Pharmaceutical; Government; Medical Device; Diagnostic; Health Care; Defense; Telecommunications; Research


Companies Profiled:
Duke Power; Shell Canada Limited; Adhesives Research; ServiceMaster Companies; Inc.; Coca-Cola; Celltech Manufacturing; CenterPoint Energy; IBM Canada Ltd.; DuPont; Koch Materials Company; Duke Energy; Perrigo Company; Honeywell; Chiron Corporation; International Paper; BC Hydro; PPG Industries; Department of Health; Abbott Laboratories; Baxter Healthcare; Bayer Healthcare; Dade Behring; Johnson & Johnson; Medtronic; Constellation Energy; First Energy; Department of Veteran's Affairs; AAI Corporation; United Defense; Motorola; Wake Forest University

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