When it comes to health and safety reporting there is no blanket template. All businesses have different needs, and you want to make sure to be monitoring what matters to your business. The key to your reporting should be to give you confidence that you’re controlling risk and highlight how health & safety activities are creating value in your organisation. Today I break down the purpose of lead and lag health & safety performance indicators, and how each of them should be used in your reporting.
This week I explore the two biggest problems I’ve seen in board WHS performance reporting and share a suggested framework that will assist board members in making strategic decisions and complying with their due diligence obligations.
This is Part 2 in a 3-part series dissecting the 2016 Citi Research Safety Spotlight Report. The focus of this week’s post is to dissect the motivation to move away from using lost time injury (LTI) data as a measure of a business’ health and safety performance and introduce a new framework for reporting injuries and illnesses that will assist the business in its pursuit to prevent harm and provide a comparable measure of health & safety performance across businesses and industry.
My key takeaways from the 2017 ’Walking the Talk’ Health & Safety Leadership Survey published by Business Leaders’ Health & Safety Forum and Deloitte (NZ).