What is Vantage Predictive Analytics?
Track Customizable Critical Safety Factors
Anticipate Incidents and Injuries
View Real-Time Actionable Results That Allow You to Drill Down to the Root of Problems at Both the Employee and Manager Levels
Case study after case study has shown that those companies who utilized Vantage Predictive Analytics reduced injuries and churn, improved employee happiness, and generated significant ROI on their investment.
"Vantage Predictive Analtyics has truly changed our safety program. With this technology we are able to proactively prevent injuries in our workplace by identifying risks down to the employee level. This is a must have tool for every organization."
- Safety Director Fortune 100 Utility Company
With new regulations coming from OSHA and the first increase in workplace fatalities since 2010, it is imperative that organizations invest in keeping their employees safe. Taking a proactive approach to prevent workplace injuries will reduce your safety spend and insurance premiums while increasing employee morale and ensuring each employee makes it home safely after every shift. Now is the time to invest in protecting your most important assets, your people.
Many organizations have taken measures to lower their incident rates including: forming safety committees, performing ongoing safety training and onboarding, studying accidents after they occur and providing the best personal protective equipment.
Despite these efforts your incident rate has plateaued and you have hit a wall. Vantage Predictive Analytics helps you breakthrough this plateau by giving you the intelligence you need to take a proactive approach to preventing injuries in your workplace.
Beginning in 2017, many employers will be requried to electronically submit the summary of injuries and illnesses to OSHA. These electronic submissions will be accessible to the public on OSHA's website in an effort to increase transparency.
With this rule change it is more important than ever for your organization to have an impeccable safety record.
Starting August 1st 2016, OSHA's maximum penalties increased by 78%. This was the first increase since 1990. The current maximum penalty of $7,000 for serious, violations will increase to $12,471 per violation and repeated violations will increase from $70,000 to $124,709 per violation.
Taking the necessary steps and making the right investments to prevent injuries is important to protect both your workers and your bottom line.
The Arbill Injury Cost Calculator is a powerful analytics tool that shows you the potential financial impact of a
workplace injury. It factors in both the direct and indirect costs of an injury to show the true impact on your organization.
In addition it provides a cost savings model to illustrate the impact a reduction of injuries will have.
You can customize the calculator with your specific company data including number of injuries, your costs and other variables.
This calculator gives you a clear view of the impact injuries have on your bottom line.