Perfect 10: the truth about vital health and safety KPIs
Employee attendance rate. Similar to the point above, tracking attendance rates helps track worker health and safety. If someone frequently misses work or calls in sick, it could be a sign of a physical or mental illness created by the workplace.
Coaching. Tracking worker and manager training is important for a number of reasons. Some types of training are mandatory, so security professionals need to keep track of who did what to ensure compliance. Separately, are additional security programs offered? And is it correlated that increased productivity or safety? This is something to be aware of.
Average time to resolution of the risk/average time to resolution (ART). Response time is important, as it can make the difference between life and death – when it comes to first aid, for example. You can put technical systems in place that can help you track the time it takes to resolve incidents from the minute they are reported, to see if you can improve those times.
Accident-free days. It measures the number of days during which no workplace accident occurred. Sometimes it’s nice to include more positive indicators to celebrate success!
Audit/inspection notes. All external and internal scores should be tracked, they are a very easy way to see if there has been improvement over time. Conversely if there has been a decline over time, what can be done to improve.