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Upcoming Presentation at the Meat Institute’s Environment, Labor, and Safety+ Conference

We are happy to announce our participation in the North American Meat Institute’s Environment, Labor and Safety+ conference.  The event will be held April 16-17, 2024 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The conference brings together professionals at all levels of the organization committed to ensuring safe workplaces, supporting a healthy and diverse workforce, and optimizing environmental contributions.

Our session is scheduled for Tuesday, April 16th, at 11:15AM and is titled “Predictive Safety Analytics for Worker Safety.”  Here is a description:

“The BLS report proves that year after year, meat and poultry companies remain committed and have invested billions of dollars to reduce worker injuries and illnesses,” said Julie Anna Potts, president and chief executive officer of the North American Meat Institute “Our members are proud of their record to reduce workplace related injuries over the last 20 years and will continue to adopt new technologies and methods to ensure the safety and well-being of its critical infrastructure workforce.”
As we look to data-driven approaches to address the issue, nearly all our safety data collection and reporting systems are backward-looking: incident reports; dashboards; compliance monitoring systems, etc. In an age where buzz phrases such as “big data”, “machine learning”, and “AI” inundate us, how can we distinguish hype from reality? Are there ways to use safety data in a forward-looking, predictive sense?
This presentation will demonstrate real world examples where organizations have reduced incidents by employing predictive analytics to foresee and mitigate future risk.


We enjoy sharing what we have learned implementing predictive safety analytics solutions for over a decade.  When it comes to safety, everyone benefits in the sharing of ideas.

We encourage you to register and attend the conference.  If you are unable to do so, we may be able to arrange a “command performance.”  If you are interested, please contact the speaker here.


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