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The Essential Data Points for Safety Program Management

Emily Hartman

The Essential Data Points for Safety Program Management

This Safety+Health article written by KPA’s Senior Director of Product Management, Jade Brainard, underscores the importance of tracking both leading and lagging safety indicators in workplace safety programs, emphasizing the predictive power of leading indicators and the evaluative insights of lagging indicators.

It discusses the utility of OSHA Forms 301, 300, and 300A in reporting incidents, stressing the necessity of a digital and accessible EHS system for effective safety data management. Additionally, it highlights the role of accurate safety data in preventing workplace incidents and ensuring a safer working environment.

Jade Brainard

Jade has been working with KPA products for over 13 years with a focus of providing turn-key risk management software solutions to KPA customers. She works closely with many types of organizations including manufacturing, construction, and insurance to understand where KPA technology could be expanded to better manage EHS and HR programs and improve the value generated from them.

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