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Occupational Health and Safety Data Management – Taking a What, How and Why Approach

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OHS Data Management


Occupational safety and health professionals depend on precise, timely and pertinent data to make informed decisions, develop effective interventions, and establish policies that prioritize the health and safety of workers.

To enhance safety and health programs and explore data-driven innovations such as predictive analytics, organizations are exploring new technologies for analyzing OHS data.

This white paper assesses the significance of OHS data, analyzes current performance in the domain, identifies significant trends, and proposes interventions to address concerns and enhance overall performance.

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