The State of Safety: Big Data in the Mining Industry

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October 23rd, 2019

 

10:30 am - 11:30 am 

 

Nevada TBA

 

Company: NIOSH/PMRD

TitleLead Research Behavioral Scientist

Emily Haas, Ph.D.  Dr. Haas is a Senior Research Behavioral Scientist on the Human Factors Branch at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Pittsburgh Mining Research Division (PMRD) located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Dr. Haas studies issues related to health, safety, and risk management in the mining industry. Leading research efforts with mineworkers and mine management across mines of various commodities, she has helped facilitate safer work behaviors and reduce barriers to sustaining those behaviors. Specifically, her research studies risk by way of integrating work practices around mine technologies including proximity detection systems, Helmet-CAM assessment technology, and continuous personal dust monitors. Dr. Haas has more than 50 papers published in public health, occupational safety, and mining journals. Emily has a PhD in Health Communication from Purdue University, Indiana, and an MA/BA from the University of Dayton, Ohio.

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TitleSafety Guy

EmilyHaas
Jon Wickizer

Overview

What are safety effort motivators?  What do you do to create a sustained level of risk awareness?  What do you do to make sure that the process includes continual improvement?  What are some other approaches and how can we leverage technology to magnify the overall performance?  Let us discuss NIOSH research on this topic to date, technology options available, the efforts being made across the industry, and perhaps the outlook of this approach.  Within this presentation we will discuss what we have done previously in developing and integrating technology with various workforces, and how these efforts have improved safety engagement among leaders and their workforce. Then, we will discuss where we are now, where are we going, and what you can do to help. Bring your best practices, your ideas, your open mind, candor, and the ability to give and receive feedback for this interactive session of knowledge sharing.