On Demand Webinars
USG’s Journey to Win the Robert W. Campbell Award
Watch this webinar, as Katherine Smith, Program Manager, NSC Campbell Institute; Justin Dugas, Director, Health and Safety, USG Corporation; Steve Bolton, Research Director, Verdantix; and Harold Gubnitsky, President and Chief Strategy Officer, ProcessMAP, discuss how data management and systems play a key role in driving a health & safety focused business culture. The key takeaways from this webinar will include a better understanding of the Robert W. Campbell Award process, seeing real-life examples of systems used by a winning company, and hearing how next-generation solutions such as ProcessMAP’s EHS platform can help you achieve operational excellence.
Adopting Automation to Manage High Hazard Operations
Regulatory requirements to manage high hazard operations may be challenging, but achieving compliance and ensuring employee safety can be easy! ProcessMAP, in collaboration with our partners STP and STC, hosted a “Best Practices” webinar that showcases the value of automation that robust EHS platforms bring to help companies easily manage their high hazard operations risk.
How Smart Data Improves Safety and the Bottom Line
Smart data can be used to predict incidents and has a positive impact on the company overall. This webinar will help you to learn about the impact of utilizing the connected technologies and how to improve the safety using smart predictive data.
Using Scorecards to Track Leading Safety Performance Activities
The safety activity scorecard is a tool to monitor the progress of activity completion by calculating a completion percentage of the safety leading activities and comparing it to a goal. Learn how you can use leading safety activity scorecards to increase performance visibility and establish consistency company-wide, empowering you to evaluate and improve safety in your organization.
Using Leading Safety Activities to Advance Safety Objectives
Are you relying solely on injury rates to measure and improve safety performance? Lagging indicators, such as injury rates, can be deceiving and provide limited visibility into looming risks and potential future incidents. Learn how your peers are using leading safety activities, safety scorecards, and proactive safety management to drive and monitor safety improvement.
From Reactive to Predictive: How to Build a Preventative Safety Culture & Reduce Worker’s Compensation Costs
Learn winning strategies, from Brake Parts, the premier global manufacturer and supplier of brake system components. Using EHS software and triage services, the company promotes a preventative safety culture, leading to a significant decrease in recordable incidents and workers’ compensation cost savings.
7 Steps to Incident & Claims Reduction
Learn best practices and discover new approaches from world class organizations such as USG, a 15-time recipient of National Mining Association “Sentinels of Safety Award” and an OSHA Voluntary Protection Program “Star” designee.
You will learn how to:
Improve EHS metrics and reduce workers’ compensation costs with advanced analytics
Drive compliance and reduce the time it takes to complete audits by up to 50%
Advance your organization along the health and safety continuum – from data capture and reporting to predictive and preventative management.
Safety Meets Finance: A Perfect Union Driving Bottom Line Results
Lockton and ProcessMAP showcased how knowing which key performance indicators to capture, report and measure can impact driving employee behavior and, consequently, EBITDA.
Correlating incident details such as root cause analysis with employee demographics and organization details, along with financial claim information, empowers organizations to:
1. Be More Proactive on Decision-Making
2. Improve their Health and Safety Culture
3. Reduce Workers’ Compensation Claims
4. Mitigate Claim Expenses and Future Liabilities
5. Create a Strong Return on Investment
Using Six Sigma Tools to Analyze EHS Performance Metrics
This interactive webinar will give you insights on:
1. Understanding the importance of having an EHS MIS to capture vital EHS data
2. Analyzing the data to see if your changes are achieving results
3. The importance of being “graphical” when reporting upwards in your organization
4. Analyzing the data to predict when you may be out of compliance
5. Learning four key Six Sigma quality tools to help analyze your EHS data
Transforming EHS Function from Chaos to World Class (Part 2): Building a Business Case & Selecting an EHS MIS Platform
This interactive webinar will give you insights on:
1. 7 Steps in Building a Software Platform Business Case
2. Key Building Blocks of an EHS MIS Business Case
3. 5 Key Stages in EHS MIS Selection
4. Navigating through Needs Vs. Wants
Transforming EHS Function from Chaos to World-Class (Part 1) : Why an Enterprise EHS MIS is Essential
This interactive webinar, through real world examples, will highlight how an Enterprise EHS system can help you to:
1. Manage Cost Reduction/Cost Avoidance
2. Instill Process Consistency
3. Manage Business Continuity and Knowledge Retention
4. Establish Transparency
5. Get Insight from Analytics