Leading indicators

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Leading indicators – towards a more proactive approach to health and safety in construction

Imagine if you could not just monitor incidents, but predict them and prevent them using data - saving your organisation money and keeping your workforce healthy and safe… We’re working with academics and the construction industry to find an evidence base for using ‘leading indicators’ to prevent

Leading indicators

We’re working with the University of Manchester and the construction industry to provide the evidence base for using ‘leading indicators’ in preventing harm at work.

Safety leading indicators in construction paper is published

We are delighted to announce that our Safety leading indicators in construction: A systematic review paper written by our team at the

Leading indicators of health and safety failures phase one outputs

The Discovering Safety Programme’s leading indicator industry use case is looking to support organisations in the collection and analysis of health and safety lead indicators intelligence as part of drives to promote more proactive health and safety practice across their organisations.

Safety Leading Indicators: 2nd Industry Steering Committee Meeting

The first meeting of the LI project industry steering group discussed what safety leading indicators could be used in the construction industry to inform their practice on construction sites, some of the key practical challenges in doing so, and the extent to which they are used currently.

Leading indicators of health and safety failures project

Much industry guidance has been published over recent years, specific to different industry contexts, on how to better use leading indicators of health and safety performance to support assessments of the adequacy of workplace risk control m