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How to Utilize Employee Training as an
EHS Leading Indicator:

Tips from the Pros

Wednesday, February 5th|
12pm – 1pm CST

No EHS program is complete without a proper employee training program. But providing basic onboarding for employees simply isn’t enough. In fact, Safety + Health magazine reports employees in their first month on the job are three times more likely to incur a lost-time injury because they do not fully understand safety training or how to perform their tasks properly.

Leveraging employee training as a leading indicator for your EHS program is essential to its success, as well as the overall success of your organization.

Learning Objectives:

Join the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council and Intertek Alchemy, as we help you:

  • Understand the importance and benefits of leading indicators
  • Define SMART leading indicators for EHS training programs
  • Apply industry best practices for your employee training

Featured Panelists

Joy Inouye, Research Associate, NSC

Joy Inouye, Research Associate – NSC

Joy Inouye is research associate for the Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council. Responsible for researching EHS best practices, Joy has led several research efforts at the Institute, including studies on leading indicators, risk perception and contractor safety management. Joy is co-author of a journal article on leading indicators research and has co-presented this topic at various national and international conferences. The research on contractor safety has recently been featured in the BNA Occupational Safety and Health Reporter, the NIOSH Science blog and other online safety communities.

Terra Brimberry, Account Manager, Intertek Alchemy

Terra Brimberry, Account Manager – Intertek Alchemy

Terra Brimberry has worked for over 8 years in food manufacturing as an Account Manager for Intertek Alchemy. She has supported hundreds of facilities both large and small, assisting them with their training and compliance needs. Terra has over 20 years of experience in training, crisis management, data base systems, and social work.