Unveiling the Need
How Injury Data Points the Way to Enhanced Protection
Unintentional injuries pose significant physical, emotional, and financial costs, placing a heavy burden on employers in the US, amounting to a staggering $167 billion annually—eight times more than Amazon’s yearly profits!
Sadly, thousands of injuries and fatalities each year could have been prevented, most in construction, transportation, and warehousing.
How much do you know about injury data? Join ISEA and guest presenter, Ken Kolosh, Statistics Manager at the National Safety Council, for an eye-opening webinar that explores the latest trends in occupational injury and death data.
In this presentation, we’ll discuss:
- The Complex Landscape: Discover why determining the most dangerous industry requires a multifaceted approach, and how different perspectives influence the outcome.
- Rising Preventable Deaths: Delve into the alarming increase in preventable deaths and what it means.
- Identifying Top Causes: Gain a comprehensive understanding of the primary causes of on-the-job injuries, enabling targeted prevention efforts.
- Unraveling BLS Data Changes: Learn about the major changes to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) injury data publication and its implications for safety practitioners and decision-makers.
Need to Know
September 7th: 2 PM ET
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