Serious Injuries and Fatalities Consultancy
Identifying risk to effectively minimize Serious Injuries and Fatalities potential
It’s unlikely you will find an organization that doesn’t want to prevent serious injuries or fatalities (SIF) at their work site(s). Many organizations have been focusing on the goal of zero incidents or injuries. In the past it was suggested that by reducing minor injuries, thus focusing on the causes of minor injuries, will reduce or even prevent serious injuries and fatalities. This resulted in safety efforts such as changes to safety management systems, employee training and expenditures on facility maintenance.
- A new, more effective way of thinking about SIF prevention among decision makers
- A targeted, customized approach to SIF reduction in your company
- A reduction or elimination of SIFs in your organization
- Creating metrics which accurately identify where SIF potentials may be using accurate data which identify “weak signals”.
- Customizing aspects of the investigation processes (e.g. decision tree criteria) to help identify correctly SIF potentials.
- Increasing awareness and recognition of high potential exposures by educating leaders and workers on the exposures present at their worksite(s).
- Phase 1 includes (but not limited to):
- Creation of a SIF decision-tree and a database of contributing behaviors specific to your organization.
- Training to educate people within your organization on SIF exposures and importance of identifying them.
- Development of an implementation strategy.
- Phase 2 includes (but is not limited to):
- Support to implement the strategy defined in phase 1.
- We are unrivalled in providing services aimed at optimizing safety and identifying “weak signals” within an organization.
- We have research-based know-how that makes us uniquely equipped to identify your organization’s blind spots when it comes to handling SIF exposure.
- We specialize in providing a SIF consultancy process to support company leaders responsible for health, safety and operations, so that they can target the greatest dangers on their work site(s).