Build an Effective Serious-Injury Prevention Strategy


Learn how to mitigate risks, protect your people, reputation, and the bottom line.

Each year, 5 out of every 100 employees in food manufacturing will report an injury (BLS). Of those, 60% are injured within their first 90 days on the job. These incidents result in broken bones, hospitalization, and lost time. Most are due to slips, falls from height or machinery, lifting and handling, improper use of forklifts, being struck by objects, or worse, improper lock out tag out (LOTO) procedures.

Learn how you can mitigate risks, protect your people, your reputation, and your bottom line with an effective serious injury prevention strategy.

Key Takeaways:

  • Common causes of serious injury include at-risk behavior, lack of training, and unsafe acts or environments
  • When planning your incident investigation, evaluate all environmental factors: systems and procedures, facility design, and employee behavior
  • Reduce serious injuries by leveraging Alchemy’s learning and communication solutions to help you prevent workplace safety incidents

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Featured Panelists


Jodi Haggith, HR & Training Supervisor - Bonduelle Group

Jodi Haggith, HR & Training Supervisor – Bonduelle Group

Bonduelle is the leading processor of frozen and canned vegetables with 12 sites in North America and 58 sites around the globe. Jodi Haggith, HR and Training Supervisor at Bonduelle-Strathroy, created Bonduelle’s new hire orientation program that helps keep employees safer and more productive. As a vegetable processor, Bonduelle-Strathroy onboards approximately 100 seasonal workers during the processing season. Since implementing the training program, Bonduelle Strathroy reduced lost-time incidents to zero and reduced the number of incidents requiring medical aid by over 50 percent.


Dave Brubaker, Global Safety Manager - Dawn Food Products

Dave Brubaker, Global Safety Manager – Dawn Food Products

Dave currently supports the global workplace safety efforts for manufacturing sites throughout North America and Europe. In 2015, he obtained OH&S Management Systems Lead Auditor certification to the OHSAS 18001 standard. He holds CSP designation from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. Dave holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources from Penn State University’s College of Human Development.

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