Safety Forecasting?

Every field prepares and presents regular forecasts. The most common example of course is the daily weather forecast. We can make an activity plan for our day based on the weather forecast. But other f0recasts are equally important to us. Who doesn’t listen to the sports forecast for the baseball or football season? Who doesn’t listen to the financial forecasts, especially in these times? Production forecasts, crop forecasts, marketing forecasts, political forecasts-well the list goes on and on.

We all listen to forecasts to determine a plan of action.

But how about safety? How does we make a plan of action for safety activities? Do we make a plan of action? Or do we just re-act to circumstances? Are we the “tail being wagged by the dog” in most cases, when it comes to safety?

This blog is dedicated to safety professionals, managers who have to make a plan to keep their organizations running smoothly without losses due to injury and material damage.

I hope that we can share our ideas and make our organizations safer each day through forecasting and planning. Welcome aboard!!

Published by Capt. Paul Miller

Aviation safety expert with 43 years in the sky

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