Strong safety programs aren’t just critical for avoiding workplace accidents and illnesses — they’re also subject to regulatory assessments. And earlier this year, OSHA announced they’re going to start using leading safety indicators to evaluate corporate programs. 

In this new article from the Nilfisk blog, you’ll get an overview of what this shift in the way OSHA measures safety programs means for you. 

Here are a few of the things you’ll learn: 

  • The difference between lagging and leading indicators 
  • How using leading indicators can strengthen your corporate safety program 
  • Where you can find more information on implementing an approach that uses leading indicators 

Read the full article here