Making and Articulating Data-Driven Safety Decisions
Safety professionals must make quick, informed decisions to create safer worksites. Those decisions depend on reliable data—from analyzed safety metrics and real-time reports from workers.
So how do safety professionals find time to mine data and nurture relationships?
Abby sat down with Peter to explain how safety professionals can:
- Use technology to scale communication
- Build relationships through consistent interactions
- Incorporate A.I. to analyze and articulate data
- Learn more about ASSP’s Women and Safety Report
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