Data

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Join the Discovering Safety team and share experiences and explore how to use tools and techniques to access and improve your use of safety data.
Working together

Unlocking your data: How to use data for safety critical insight and effective operational decision making

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Development of capacities to extract health and safety insights from free-text sources phase one outputs

The text mining project being delivered as part of the LRF Discovering Safety Programme is looking to build upon existing state of the art text mining and natural language processing to develop a suite of text mining and natural language processing tools and techniques for specific use on unstruc

Product safety intelligence phase one outputs

Product safety issues have the potential to affect large numbers of people at work and in the community. A single design flaw will be replicated many times and product recalls are costly and rarely recover anything more than a small proportion of defective products.

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.

Ohalo Data X-Ray anonymisation evaluation for phase one of the Lloyds Accelerator Challenge

The effectiveness of the Ohalo Data X-Ray anonymisation has been evaluated in comparison to manual anonymisation.
HSE annual stats report

HSE releases its 2018/19 annual statistics report

Today, HSE has released Great Britain’s annual injury and ill-health statistics (2018/19).  
O Halo

Discovering Safety and Lloyd's Register Safety Accelerator Challenge

Automatic Anonymising and Desensitising Of Data 
Workplace

Development of capacities to extract health and safety insights from free-text sources

As recent developments in text mining, natural language processing and machine learning are becoming more mainstream, the task of generating data driven insights and learning from health and safety operational intelligence, particularly from