Beyond Safety: Leading Indicators for Health and Wellbeing
The majority of the leading health indicators developed by other sources look specifically at physical wellbeing, and also approach health and wellbeing from a general community and public health perspective. While still useful, the Campbell Institute Health & Wellbeing Workgroup wanted to create a list of leading indicators more inclusive of wellbeing – physical, mental, emotional, financial – and provide indicators that employers in a variety of industries can implement and track to improve health and safety outcomes. Join us to hear about this latest research from author Joy Inouye.
Lisa Bultman, of member organization Owens Corning, will provide examples of metrics used in her organization.
Joy Inouye, Research Associate, Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council
Lisa Bultman, Clinical Manager Occupational Health and Wellness, Owens Corning
April 1 | 11 am - 12 pm CT | FREE
Achieving EHS Excellence: Parsons Corporation, the 2019 Campbell Award Winner
Campbell Award-winning organizations have achieved success in protecting their workers, eliminating health hazards, improving the environment and conserving energy, all while improving business performance and increasing profitability. In 2019, Parsons Corporation was recognized for its excellence in environment, health, and safety.
In this webinar you will hear how Parsons…
- Approaches organizational leadership and SH&E program leadership
- Defines effective organizational leadership and SH&E program leadership
- Measures leaderships participation in and commitment to the SH&E program
- Leaders integrate SH&E processes into business operations.
- Leaders guide organizational culture/climate
- Approaches relationships between the workforce, management, and contractors
- Leadership takes responsibility during and after critical events
Jason Townsell, VP, SH&E Director - Connected Communities, Parsons Corporation
May 12 | 11 am - 12 pm CT | FREE
Contractor Life Cycles: Managing Expectations
The latest paper from the Contractor Management Workgroup is a follow-up to the original research released in 2015. This webinar includes perspectives from new Institute members and updates on their successes and challenges in each stage of the contractor life cycle.
Richard Cerenzio, of member organization ISN, will provide best practices for managing contractors.
Joy Inouye, Research Associate, Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council
Richard Cerenzio, Senior Director, Corporate HSEQ, ISN
May 27 | 11 am - 12 pm CT | FREE
Data Quality and Data Integration in EHS - Impacts on Decision Making Driven by Data
Do you know the impacts of data quality on your EHS data story? Did you know poor data quality and poor understanding of your data can be a serious barrier to the success of your message or business? This session will expand on the topic of Data Quality and Data Integration in the world of EHS, issues/challenges with both and how poor quality and misunderstanding your data can lead to your inability to make effective decisions. While all data quality issues may not be able to be fully resolved – simply being cognizant of the issues and being able to properly convey your data story (with notations) will provide the audience of your report or data story to fully grasp the content. This session will walk you through a practical example of the data journey, the stops along the way and will provide you some insight to help you better understand your data and begin to problem solve data quality issues you may encounter.
Julie Mason Vecchio will be presenting more on Emerging Technology – EHS Risks & Opportunities at the Campbell Institute Symposium on February 11-12 in Bonita Springs, FL!
Learn more: thecampbellinstitute.org/2020symposium
An Implementation Guide to Leading Indicators
The Leading Indicators Workgroup within the Campbell Institute collaborated on a benchmarking exercise, submitting the leading indicator metrics that their organizations were actively tracking in 2018. This webinar presents a comprehensive list of those metrics, ranked and categorized by organizational maturity and complexity. Learn where an organization has to be in its safety journey in order to implement the leading metric, and how complex a process it is to track and calculate a given metric.
Campbell Institute research associate Joy Inouye and Kevin Converse of United Rentals to present why leading indicators for EHS is not only worthwhile but necessary for creating safe and sustainable workplaces.
Sustainability: Key Takeaways from a Campbell Institute Member Organization
“Sustainability” for Campbell Institute member organizations is about more than just being green – it’s also about protecting worker health and safety, and ensuring a profitable business for years to come. In this webinar, hear the findings from a Campbell Institute research study on corporate sustainability, and learn about the sustainability efforts of Institute members – what they’re doing well and how they plan on becoming even better. This webinar will feature the sustainability efforts from recent Campbell Award winner, USG, and how they have continued to protect workers and preserve the planet since the white paper was first released. A live Q&A session will follow the presentation.
A Second Look: Update on Visual Literacy
Last year, the Campbell Institute introduced the concept of visual literacy for occupational safety in its collaboration with the Center for Visual Expertise (COVE) and Institute member organizations. The purpose of this research collaboration was and is to evaluate the effectiveness of visual literacy training on workplace health and safety outcomes. That is, does “learning to see” improve our ability to identify hazards in the workplace, keeping us safer while on the job? This webinar provides background and preliminary research results of the pilot project for visual literacy launched last year.
Diversity and Inclusion: Lip Service or Lifesaver
Diversity and inclusion have become buzzwords that we hear daily, but D&I plays a significant role in our workplaces. Is it just lip service to make employers look good, or is it truly a lifesaver for organizations that don’t just want to survive, but thrive. This webinar will make the definitive case as to why employers (and EHS professionals) should be focused on diversity and inclusion is a core part of their day-to-day work, and how it can help them succeed.
Serious Injury & Fatality Prevention: Perspectives and Practices
In the past twenty years, the US has seen gains in workplace safety, particularly regarding total recordable incident rate (TRIR). This reduction in workplace injuries should not be overshadowed by another more disturbing trend, namely that the number of life-altering injuries and fatal incidents has been on a much slower decline, and in fact has increased for the past three years. The next step in the journey to safety excellence, and one that Campbell Institute companies are currently pursuing, is the elimination of serious injuries and life-altering events. This webinar will summarize the current state of research on serious injury and fatality (SIF) prevention and provides insight into how Institute organizations are protecting their workers from harm.
Download the SIF Prevention white paper.
"Best of the Symposium" - Industry 4.0: Road Mapping Emerging Technologies
As technologies emerge and become scalable for the workplace, how do EHS leaders determine what is ready to implement now and what is ten years from making a true impact? Learn about research and practical approaches in this reprise presentation from the 2018 Symposium. A live Q&A session will follow the presentation; get a chance to hear direct answers from the Dow Chemical Company’s Director of EH&S Operations Technology Center.
If you are interested in learning more from speakers in this setting, join the Institute at the 2019 Symposium in Seattle, WA. Learn more here!
Serious Injury & Fatality Prevention - A View from the Top
Learn from this open discussion on one of the biggest challenges in the safety profession: preventing serious injuries and fatalities. Hear directly from senior operations and EHS leaders as they share their personal stories and strategic insights. This reprise presentation of the Executive Forum originally took place at the 2017 NSC Congress & Expo.
A Systems Approach to Worker Health & Wellbeing
More companies than before are realizing that a robust worker safety program needs to include worker wellbeing in an integrated safety and health system. In this presentation, you’ll hear about a systems approach to worker health and wellbeing based on risk assessments and a Plan, Do, Check, Act model.
Visual Literacy: " How Learning to See" Benefits Occupational Safety
Hear about a new project from the Campbell Institute and the Toledo Museum of Art to discover how better visual literacy can improve hazard recognition. Also learn how Campbell Institute member Owens Corning has already incorporated visual literacy into their safety training.
Best of the Symposium: Emergency Preparedness
What are government and insurers doing to protect people and their communities from the next disaster? This panel offers the opportunity to learn from a cross-section of stakeholders who will open up new approaches and thinking for your organization. Tune in for the Campbell Institute’s “Best of the Symposium” webinar to hear this reprise presentation from the 2017 Symposium.
Best of the Symposium: Becoming Safer and Smarter through Drone Technology
More companies are leveraging drone technology to make their workplaces safer and smarter about protecting workers. Tune in for the Campbell Institute’s “Best of the Symposium” webinar to hear how global power company AES Corporation is unlocking the value of drones through improved efficiency and the elimination of risks in this reprise presentation.
Serious Injury & Fatality Prevention: Lessons from Mosaic
Preventing serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) remains a top priority for workplaces, including Campbell Institute organizations. Learn what the best-of-the-best are doing to eliminate SIFs in this special presentation from Mosaic, the world’s leading producer and marketer of phosphate and potash.
Managing Workplace Fatigue: The MTA Experience
More than 37% of the U.S. workforce is sleep deprived, and about 13% of workplace injuries can be attributed to sleep problems. Learn best practices from representatives of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York.
Workplace Wellbeing: Bridging Safety and Health
Employee health and wellbeing is not just an emerging topic in the EHS field, but one that is quickly gaining momentum. More organizations are pioneering the concept of integrated health and safety and believe that a true culture of health and safety depends not only on a strong safety program, but also a worker wellbeing program. Tune in to this Campbell Institute webinar to discover how Institute members have implemented wellbeing programs and the lessons they have learned along the way.
Profiles in Sustainability: Business, Community, and Environment
“Sustainability” for Campbell Institute member companies is about more than just being green – it’s also about protecting worker health and safety, and ensuring a profitable business for years to come. In this webinar, hear the findings from a recent Campbell Institute research study on corporate sustainability, and learn about the sustainability efforts of Institute members – what they’re doing well and how they plan on becoming even better.
A CEO's View of Risk Management
Have you ever wanted to hear a leader’s personal story of improving EHS and risk management, particularly at a time when an organization experiences a major incident? Tune in for the Campbell Institute’s “Best of the Symposium” webinar to hear Nick Stavropoulos’ reprise presentation on how he influenced environment, health and safety at Pacific Gas and Electric, and how this information can be used to continue your organization’s Journey to Safety Excellence!
Best Practices in Health and Wellness Programs
Campbell Institute members ISN and Cummins co-present this webinar on the keys to a successful wellness program. From the development of ISN’s own program to a special case study from Cummins, learn about what it takes to turn ideas into actions. Take a look at this very insightful piece where you can take away some of the best practices from two of the leading organizations in the industry.
Building a Safer Workplace through Innovation and Leadership
Strong performance in environmental, health, and safety isn’t necessarily sustained by doing the same thing over and over again. New thinking and innovation is needed to address critical issues like serious injury and fatalities, help organizations avoid complacency, and keep organizations focused on continuous improvement. Hear from three top leaders that are using imagination, resourcefulness, innovative thought, and new practices to go beyond engaged employees and current EHS excellence. Join the Campbell Institute in an encore presentation of the Executive Forum, originally presented at the 2015 National Safety Council Congress & Expo.
Leading Indicators, from Defining to Designing
The use of leading indicators – proactive, preventive and predictive measures to identify and eliminate risks and hazards in the workplace – is a hot topic in environmental, health, and safety. This webinar, part of the Campbell Institute research webinar series, will touch briefly on the Institute’s previous two years of leading indicators research that has described leading indicators, explained their importance, and shared specific examples of indicators. It will then delve into the results of the latest white paper that provides case studies and advice for getting started with leading indicators at your organization.
Best Practices in Contractor Safety
This webinar is part of the Campbell Institute webinar series highlighting Institute research. This presentation will dive into the results of a recent white paper on the best practices of managing contractor safety among Institute members and partners. The presentation will also provide specific examples from Institute participants and talk about some of the common challenges they face in managing contractor safety.
Best of the Symposium - Beyond Aging Workers
Many organizations experience the challenges of an aging workforce, prompting them to put holistic health and wellness programs in place – which can be met with pushback, privacy concerns, and apprehension from workers. This presentations helps find the right balance.
Best of the Symposium - Total Worker Health
Recent research has shown that many workplace safety and health programs have a significant gap in caring for the wellbeing of workers, focusing solely on safety and protecting workers from hazards in the workplace. The Total Worker Health™ program was designed to integrate workplace safety protection with off-the-job health promotion to create a more effective way of protecting workers. Tune in for this “Best of the Symposium” Campbell Institute webinar to learn about the Total Worker Health™ program from its director, Casey Chosewood, and discover how this information can be used to continue your organization’s Journey to Safety Excellence.
Leading Indicators: Metrics, Case Studies & Strategies
Leading indicators continues to be a key area of interest in the field of EHS because of its potential to give advance warning of problems before they can cause real harm. Join us as we share the latest findings from our research on the leading indicators being tracked at world-class Campbell Institute Member organizations.
This presentation looked into the results of a two-year research project to advance the state of knowledge and practice regarding the use of leading indicators to improve EHS performance. Learn about the matrix of leading indicators created by a workgroup of EHS experts from world-class Campbell Institute Members.
Talent, Demographics, and Engagement - Learn from Nike
Managing, developing and engaging the EHS and business leaders of tomorrow is one of the most challenging issues organizations face. Learn best practices from Nike on how to manage changing demographics and get the most out of your most important resource – your people.
First delivered at the 2014 Campbell Institute Symposium, this thought-provoking presentation shares insights and lessons learned from Nike’s approach to the complex issue of talent acquisition, development, and management. Learn about the key engagement factors across demographic lines, explore the trust dividend, and engage with the presenter and your peers during this focused hour-long session.
Download the presentation and learn from Nike