What You Will Learn
- Develop a better understanding of leading indicators and the benefits of using them.
- Review how to develop and use leading indicators.
- Discuss how to measure leading indicators.
- Gain understanding of where to find OSHA and ASSP resources on leading indicators.
Levels (Experience with Topic)
Applies to beginner, intermediate, advanced and executive levels.
Lisa Long is director of the Office of Engineering Safety in OSHA’s Directorate of Standards and Guidance (DSG) where she manages work on standards and guidance related to engineering. She is also serving as an acting deputy director for DSG. Prior to DSG, Long was a safety engineer in OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement. Before coming to OSHA, she worked for the U.S. Chemical Safety Board for seven years investigating major chemical incidents. Long has also worked in process engineering and production management within the chemical industry. She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech. View her LinkedIn profile
C. Gary Lopez, M.S., CSP, FASSP
Gary Lopez has more than 40 years of safety and risk management experience. He is president of Risky Biz Services Inc. and assistant area vice president at Gallagher Risk Management Services. Lopez has spent most of his career in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, and he has experience in operations safety, prevention through design and instituting safety management systems. As part of his executive duties, Lopez was one of the first to combine the safety, security, insurance and industrial hygiene functions into one department that took a holistic view of managing risk. He also recognized the need to develop metric systems that measured the success of safety and risk performance in all areas of risk. Lopez holds a master’s in safety from West Virginia University with master’s degree in Safety. He is a Fellow of ASSP, a two-time recipient of the Society’s Culbertson Volunteer Service Award, recipient of the Bresnahan Medal for Standards Development and a recipient of the Distinguished Service to Safety Award from NSC. View his LinkedIn profile
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