Thu, Nov 21|
21/11, Focus meeting about KPIs in relation to Health and Safety
Focus meeting in Stockholm where Sandvik and Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant will present how they use KPIs in their different domains. The event will be held in English.
Time & Location
Nov 21, 2019, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
ÅF AB, Frösundaleden 2A, 169 99 Solna, Sverige
About the event
We are very happy to welcome Sandvik and Vattenfall (Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant) for a focus meeting where they will present their work on KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) that relates to health and safety within their different companies and domains.
Sandvik has worked with KPIs for many years and has also been globally awarded for this. Stuart Evans, Head of EHS for Sandvik Group, will tell us more about Sandvik’s “KPI journey”.
Stuart resides in Perth, Australia and has worked 40 years within the field of EHS across several industries and countries, with the focus on working with KPIs in the last 20 years. He also have had recent experience more with Management Systems and Culture Change at Sandvik. Stuart will focus his presentation on how KPIs within the Sandvik Group started with little and inconsistent collection of EHS data and only ad-hoc ‘local’ setting of KPIs using spreadsheets and how this then progressed to the use of database based processes that focus on both leading and lagging indicators of performance and the use of KPIs to help drive culture change.
The Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant has just started their journey in using proactive KPIs with regard to health and safety. Cecilia Lindmark is a key player in the KPI design and implementation work. She has been working as an industrial safety engineer for 15 years and at Forsmark plant since 2012. Her work includes assignments to develop the Health & Safety-management system and strategic support to management team concerning Health & Safety.
Cecilia’s topic will be “How do you design a KPI that really shows you what’s really going on?”.
Can we really use a KPI to encapsulate a tree of important success factors, or does it only make it more difficult to monitor safety improvements?
The presentations from Sandvik and Forsmark will be held in front of all the attendees with time for questions.
Both presenters will have prepared questions to be discussed in smaller “focus groups”, after the presentations. The point of the discussions in the focus groups is to get to know each other and also to hear different perspectives on the topics, from different sectors/domains. The point is not to find the “Truth/Truths” in relation to the questions.
After the focus group discussions, all groups will meet back up and share summaries of their discussions within each focus group.
The event will be held in English.
Registration and fee
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Last date for registration is Friday 15h of November.
In case of free seats, the event is also available to attend for none members. The registration fee is then 900 SEK plus VAT per attendee. The fee applies if you register for the event but do not attend.
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