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Using Data to Strengthen Your Safety Culture

How specific is the average worker’s understanding of why they engage in safety processes? The crudest of “whys” is that we do it because we’re told to. This leads to “what we dos” that include core safety requirements attained through the “how we do it” of safety precautions and inspections. But such a crude view of the why, what, and how of safety leads to rote compliance: It doesn’t engage the emotions and energy of all of our fellow workers, which means it will never be a core cultural value.

This webinar will help you help everyone in your organization to feel the need for safety in their bones, know what it means to achieve a safe workplace, and understand how to play their part in that achievement. Since feeling, knowing, and understanding each require information, we’ll discuss the role that data plays in establishing and reinforcing this culture of safety, including the ways we can generate, aggregate, and share information. In doing so, we’ll lay groundwork for a modern, integrated approach to safety – one in which safety-related information is continuously transmitted throughout an organization in a closed-loop cycle to reinforce the why, the what, and the how of safety processes.

Join this webinar and:

  • Learn how to continuously improve engagement by using the safety knowledge we gain from planning, inspecting, creating observations, and remediating issues on a ‘closed loop’ that feeds back from later actions into earlier ones
  • Understand how to communicate the why, what, and how of safety to different types of people in your organization based on the needs of their role
  • Walk away with a framework for action that can get you started in developing the closed-loop cycle you need to improve your organization
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Jim Metz - speeds things up, adhering to safety sop

Jim Metz

Vice President of Safety
FM Sylvan
Fulcrum speeds things up. It was almost instantaneous. It allows accountability for people running the job to see what their guys are doing to make sure they’re adhering to safety policies.
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Aaron Vanover - catch more issues

Aaron Vanover

Manager of Quality Assurance and Quality Control
Halton Company
Using Fulcrum, Halton Company’s quality control team provides richer, better documented support, enabling them to catch more issues.
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Daniel Stepner - easy to use, customer service

Daniel Stepner

Senior Consultant
I have used many programs for field asset inspections. Fulcrum has been the easiest to set up, use in the field, and update. The service provided by the Fulcrum team has been top-rate.
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James Watts - safety once you close the loop from action to insight

James Watts

Director of Health and Safety
Snavely Forest Products and Weekes Forest Products
Fulcrum helps us improve processes and make our work environment safer by streamlining inspections, surfacing inspection-related insights, and managing follow-up actions. Once you close the loop from action to insight to further action, the possibilities are limitless.
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Gavin Kelley - training period short, same data whether junior/senior collector

Gavin Kelley

Senior Software Developer
Tilson Tech
It is so easy to use that our training period is greatly shortened. Data quality is very important to us so it can’t be overly complicated. We still get the same data quality regardless if it is a junior or senior data collector.
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