In “OSHA Embraces Leading Indicators,” Samantha talks about OSHA’s move away from relying on past employer’s safety data to focus its efforts on leading indicators.
“These lagging indicators have been denounced by safety and health professionals as reactive, and an ineffective means of measuring the effectiveness of an employer’s safety and health program. OSHA has finally agreed,” says Samantha. “As a result of this shift, employers must become well-versed in leading indicators and how to utilize them.”
Read the full article here:
“OSHA Embraces Leading Indicators,” EHS Today, November 5, 2019
More about Goldberg Segalla’s Samantha Catone:
Samantha focuses her practice on defending large businesses, landowners, and contractors in premises liability and construction site personal injury litigation, including matters involving New York State Labor Law. She is also a regular contributor to the firm’s OSHA: Legal Developments and Defense Strategies blog.