ComplianceJune 02, 2021

2 Smart Tips for Choosing OHS Leading Indicators

Whitepapers & Insight Briefs


Download this insight brief to learn about two ways to choose occupational health and safety (OHS) leading indicators.

What's Inside


Choosing which leading indicators to track is a struggle for most organizations. Some of the more popular methods include: using the results of surveys, consulting with industry peers, looking at what is already being tracked (e.g. number of training hours), and looking at top hazards and tracking specific leading indicators to address them.
Download this insight brief to learn about two additional ways to choose leading indicators, and tips on how to implement leading indicators with a Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) process. 

Key Takeaways


Download this insight brief to learn:
  • How organizational maturity can be used to select OHS leading indicators
  • Which aspects of OHS performance could influence the selection of leading indicators
  • How to implement a leading indicators program using a Plan-Do-Check-Act process
  • How leading indicators are tied to organizational safety performance