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The ROI of Safety: Boost Your Bottom Line with Safety Management Software

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The ROI of Safety: Boost Your Bottom Line with Safety Management Software

Implementing a Safety Management Software solution can not only improve your organization’s safety culture and drive adoption of your safety programs, it can actually protect the profitability of your business.

In this on-demand webinar Kenny Sandlin, VP of Health & Safety for one of North America's leading manufacturers, will share his insights on how Pace Industries saved $1.2 million dollars by tackling safety culture challenges, using real-time data to improve safety performance and achieving significant results including:

  • 85% reduction in Incident Severity Rate
  • 62% reduction in OSHA Recordable Rate
  • 75% reduction in DART Rate
  • 1,161 reduction in Lost Days
  • $1.2 million saved in Workers Compensation Dollars

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn how your organization can do the same.   

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Audience
Health and safety professionals, manufacturing executives and mid-senior management, business owners, consultants and anyone looking to build a business case for safety management software within their organization. 

Meet the Presenters:

Kenny Sandlin
Vice President of Safety & Health at Pace Industries, North America’s largest full-service aluminum, zinc, and magnesium die casting company. Kenny is responsible for leadership, providing corporate oversight, technical assistance and advancing Pace’s Health & Safety Management System as well as all of their Occupational Health & Safety and Wellness programs. Pace operates 12 divisions with 21 facilities and over 4000 associates.

John Phyper - Moderator
SVP of Sales - Manufacturing & Resources at Intelex Technologies. John has over 25 years of experience in EHS consulting and information technology and is considered an expert on EHS management systems and EHS legislation having co-authored several books on these topics and lectured at the University of Toronto. His most recent book – Good to Green (John Wiley & Sons) addresses the business risks and opportunities associated with environmental issues.