Big data…analytics…prediction. There has been a lot of buzz lately around these phrases related to general business functions, but how do they relate to safety? Join this webinar to find out how companies across a wide range of industries are using their safety data to predict and prevent workplace injuries. We will review the theory and methodology behind predicting workplace injuries, as well as real-world examples of companies that are doing it today. We’ll also discuss how to get started, possible barriers to entry, and the keys to success.
Griffin Schultz, General Manger, Predictive Solutions Corporation
Griffin Schultz is responsible for all aspects of Predictive Solutions' business – a fully owned subsidiary of Industrial Scientific Corporation. Predictive Solutions' vision is to end death on the job in this century. Its strategy to achieve that vision is to predict workplace injuries so customers can prevent them.
Prior to joining Predictive Solutions, Schultz held various roles in several software companies. He is experienced at employing cutting-edge technology solutions across business functions to achieve game-changing results. Prior to his private sector experience, Schultz held several positions in U.S. governmental and political organizations including Assistant Deputy Mayor for the city of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Finance Director during the 1996 US Presidential election.
Schultz earned his MBA from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts in History and Economics from Wittenberg University.
Kyle W. Morrison, Safety+Health magazine
Kyle W. Morrison, senior associate editor, covers occupational safety and workplace safety regulation for Safety+Health magazine. He will moderate the session.