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In environment, health, and safety (EHS), a metric is the measurable performance of an EHS activity or program within an organization. This topic discusses types of EHS metrics, measurement methods, and other issues relating to determining the efficacy and business value of EHS initiatives.

Metrics can drive performance toward more efficient use of resources, improved compliance, profitability, and the general health and well-being of an organization and its workers. For example, an injury and illness tracking report can be used as a metric for employee productivity. To be used in making business decisions, a metric must be consistent, comparable, credible, and relevant to the people using it.

The best-run EHS operations employ an approach to decision-making based on data and facts. Decisions related to the allocation of resources, technology purchases, training, employee performance, and outsourcing or internalizing EHS functions can all be based on data compiled through the use of appropriate metrics.

For related resources and training materials, refer to the following topics:

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TypeTitleDateState
Training Tips 13 Tips for Effective Training Program Metrics  National
Guidance Documents 2017 EHS Salary Guide  National
Regulatory Analysis EHS Metrics  National
Speaker's Notes EHS Metrics: Building a Comprehensive Way to Measure Safety Program Success Using Leading and Lagging Indicators  National
Speaker's Notes EHS Metrics: Optimize Safety Performance through the Strategic Use of Leading and Lagging Indicators  National
Speaker's Notes Leading Safety Indicators: New Strategies for Tracking and Improving Safety Performance  National
Speaker's Notes Leveraging Leading Safety Indicators: New Strategies for Tracking and Sharpening Safety Performance  National
Meetings Making the Business Case for Safety (Word)  National
News Planning a safety survey? Make sure it covers these key elements 01/13/2017National
White Papers Recent survey findings reveal latest job safety trends and attitudes 12/30/2016National
Quizzes Safety and Health Program Assessment (PDF)  National
Handouts Safety and Health Program Assessment (PDF)  National
On-Demand Webinars Webinar (2014-08): EHS Metrics: Building a Comprehensive Way to Measure Safety Program Success Using Leading and Lagging Indicators  National
On-Demand Webinars Webinar (2015-09): Leading Safety Indicators: New Strategies for Tracking and Improving Safety Performance  National
On-Demand Webinars Webinar (2015-12): EHS Metrics: Optimize Safety Performance through the Strategic Use of Leading and Lagging Indicators  National
On-Demand Webinars Webinar [2016-02]: Leveraging Leading Safety Indicators: New Strategies for Tracking and Sharpening Safety Performance  National
Speaker's Notes Webinar [2017-01]: Supercharged EHS Metrics: Proven Methods for Benchmarking Progress and Driving Better Safety Performance  National
On-Demand Webinars Webinar [2017-01]: Supercharged EHS Metrics: Proven Methods for Benchmarking Progress and Driving Better Safety Performance  National
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