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The Ultimate Guide to Safety Reporting & KPIs

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Last Updated: March 23, 2021

Safety reports are an important part of your job. They provide an overview of what’s happening in your department, your impact on the organization, and help you strengthen your safety program. Your reports are as unique as your company: they depend heavily on industry, organization, and the program you designed. However, there are new opportunities in safety reporting available to any safety program that invests in both engagement and technology.

Are you new to safety reporting or looking to revamp your existing program? Use this guide to create actionable reports based on meaningful KPIs derived directly from your daily safety tasks.


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