Every company with a strong safety culture has a story about how they got there. Learn how Pace Industries challenged its leadership team to empower safety personnel and put best practices in place, making it possible to turn incident rates around, reduce workers' compensation costs by $1.2 million dollars, and get safety back on track!
Kenny Sandlin, VP of Health & Safety, shares his insights on tackling safety culture challenges and his experience using real-time data to improve safety performance. Having identified several barriers to safety excellence that were standing in the way, Kenny set out to establish a culture at Pace Industries that would take safety "beyond compliance," ushering in a new way of operating and thinking about safety and business. The company's successes include reducing their DART Rate by 75% from 2012 to 2015, lowering their Incident Severity Rate by 85% in just two years, and reducing their OSHA Recordable Rate by 62% from 2012 to 2015.
In this whitepaper, learn how Kenny relied on the data collected from Intelex to identify the areas he needed to focus on within his company. Discover his advice for establishing a best-in-class safety program, including:
- His guiding principles for instituting a company-wide safety culture
- The reports he relies on to evaluate safety performance
- The safety improvements he’s seen since implementing Intelex safety management software
- Moving from lagging indicators to leading and transformational indicators
Download the whitepaper to learn how Pace Industries turned their safety culture into a competitive advantage.