The Future of EHS – How Digitalization is Redefining Workplace Safety
VP Product Management
8th June 2021
10.00 – 10.05
Chairperson Welcome and Introduction
10.05 – 10.35
Digital Transformation & Emerging Technologies in the Workplace
- Innovations in technology are helping to better operationalize EHS management systems to drive continuous improvement.
- Learning how to adopt and utilize emerging technologies through your workforce.
- Which new technologies helping to shape the future of occupational health through a variety of ways such as training, web-based platforms, wearable technology and new productivity metrics
- Ergonomics and Neuroergonomics to improving human and technology interaction
10.35 – 11.05
Achieving High Performance Safety using Integrated Digital Innovations
- Drivers for HSE Digitalization
- Leveraging a Safety Scorecard to shift from lagging indicators to proactive metrics
- Factory 4.0 and HSE 4.0 – enabling the connected worker and building safer workplaces
11.05 – 11.35
Leveraging Predictive Analytics/Modelling for Safety
- Identifying patterns to help make informed decisions to mitigate risk – getting the most value out of your data to clearly identify areas that need further identification
- Trusting the model – Accuracy & Stability
- Easy Hazard Identification and Effective Risk Mitigation
- Communicating and setting clear metrics within the organisation that track the progress to ensure the plan implemented is having a positive impact.
11.35 – 12.05
Panel Discussion – What is the impact of digitalisation on industrial safety?
- How digital solutions can improve industrial safety
- Why digitalisation is sometimes an obstacle
- harness and incorporate new tech into safety management systems and take advantage of all industry 4.0 has to offer
- How to manage operational risks by implementing digital tools and how to identify, quantify and solve manual handling movement issues in your workplace.
- How you can use wearable tech to improve decision making around equipment selection and work practice.
- Example of integrating industrial safety data in enterprise decision making
- How are organizations digital tools to build engaging manual handling training and behaviour change programs.
Chairperson Closing Comments
- AstraZeneca Safety, Health & Environment Governance Lead Sweden
- Avery Dennison EHS Director Europe
- Corbion Global EHS Platform Leader
- Jacobs Douwe Egberts Global SHE Pillar Leader
- Johnson & Johnson Global Vice-President Environment, Health and Safety
- JT International Global H&S Director, Corporate Sustainability
- LafargeHolcim Corporate Health and Safety (Europe and APAC) Manager
- McBride SA Group Health & Safety Lead
- F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG SHE IT & Data Management SHE Coordination
- Perfetti Van Melle SHER manager
- Unilever Europe BV Europe Head of Safety & Health
- Vesuvius Group SA VP HSE, Quality and Sustainability
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