Over the last 10 years, a growing number of organizations have transitioned from outdated and ineffective EHS programs based on lagging indicators to effective and state-of-the-art EHS programs based on leading indicators. We’ve known for some time that solely focusing on lagging indicators produces mediocre health and safety programs that might seem “world-class” until a serious incident happens. Leading indicators, on the other hand, can help create a more transformational safety culture, and the industry continues to evolve in that direction.
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