A new ANSI Standard has updated the entire methodology of measuring safety performance to better align it with business concepts.

Organizations, as well as current ANSI and ISO management systems standards, recognize the need for metrics to effectively manage and improve safety and health performance. No longer are single leading and lagging metrics sufficient by themselves.

Z16.1-2022 Safety and Health Metrics Performance Measures is designed to address that.

The Balanced Set of Metrics are based on a complementary balance of metrics with a set of risk reduction targets with set of metrics management system element or attribute to improve safety performance simultaneously continually. Join us as we walk OHS professionals this new standard.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the Drivers for Using Metrics
  • Defining a Balanced Set of Metrics
  • Sample Metric Sets

About the Speaker

Paul Esposito, CIH, CSP

President @STAR Consultants, Inc.
Since 1997, Esposito has been president of STAR Consultants. With almost 40 years of technical experience, he has a master’s degree in Health and Safety from Johns Hopkins University, is a Certified Industrial Hygienist, a Certified Safety Professional and certified as a Management Systems auditor.

Based in Annapolis, Maryland, Esposito assists STAR customers worldwide in the implementation, delivery and assessment (audit) capabilities of EHS programs and management systems.

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