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The good news: We’ve seen continuous progress in overall injury reduction over the past few decades. The bad news: The latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals stagnation in the decline of fatalities.
Organizational measures to mitigate injuries have not yielded similar results in preventing fatal incidents. That’s because the factors contributing to potentially life-threatening events differ significantly from those causing less severe incidents.
This webinar explores those differences, connecting the concepts of preventing Serious Injury and Fatality (SIF) incidents with human performance. We’ll look at the underlying motivations behind people's actions and the most prevalent factors contributing to SIFs.
- Why SIFs continue to happen in the most vigilant companies
- What makes SIFs different from less serious injuries
- Where decision-making goes wrong
- The hidden connections between human performance and SIFs
Rajni Walia is a highly sought-after thought leader with over a decade of experience leading performance management, organizational assessment and development, as well as providing human error-reduction consultations. Her methods foster strong performance reliability through a systemic approach to designing and enhancing workplaces and processes, all deeply embedded in applied neuroscience.
Josh Mrozowsky is a strategy specialist with broad knowledge of emerging safety trends and experienced in building collaborative teams and transforming complex business challenges into successful client-driven solutions.
Jim Spigener is a seasoned executive coach with over three decades of experience helping senior leaders in companies worldwide demonstrably improve their individual impact on organizational safety. He has coached countless C-suite executives from Fortune 500 companies, developing their leadership skills and partnering with them to create custom strategies for safety excellence and culture change.