In Episode 29, the S+H editorial team discusses the prevention of serious injuries and fatalities, or SIFs, as well as hazard communication with consultant and expert Chandra Gioiello, a vice president and senior consultant at Industrial Health and Safety Consultants.
Itasca, IL — A new white paper from the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council introduces two frameworks that support employer efforts to prevent serious injuries and fatalities, or SIFs, in the workplace: cumulative risk assessment and social network analysis.
“By using a different approach, we can achieve our two primary objectives: removing the subjectivity and delay in determining SIF potential,” says Don Groover of DEKRA. “The approach is to use an expert logic system.”
Bonita Springs, FL — With workplace fatalities on the rise in the United States, a new research report from the Work to Zero initiative at the National Safety Council indicates employers “may not be doing enough to protect their workforce.”