Why Evolving Your OHS Program Requires Reengineering Data Study
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) professionals are responsible for workers’ health and safety. For them, accurate, timely and relevant data determines a course of action, the design of interventions, the effectiveness of workforce policies, and ultimately the value their departments bring to the business.
Hence, organizations are now looking into cloud storage, predictive analytics, machine learning, data lakes, data warehouses, and Internet of Things (IoT) innovations to advance collecting and analyzing data. With an assurance of quality from these technologies, OHS data can be used for superior health and safety programs and to pursue other data-driven technology innovations like predictive analytics.
In this paper, we evaluate the role of OHS data and answer these three main questions:
- How are we doing? — describe your current OHS performance
- Where are we going? — depict meaningful trends toward your goals
- What can we do to improve or change direction? — determine possible interventions to implement to mitigate issues and improve performance
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