Using Predictive Analytics to Improve Safety Performance

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In 2011 the New York Times reported that the Santa Cruz police department arrested two women in a downtown car park. One for possession of illegal drugs, the other had outstanding warrants, both were peering into car windows when the police arrived. What was unusual about the incident was the fact that the police were alerted by a computer program … Read More

Ruminating Cows, Trojan Horses and More Reasons to be Cheerful in 2020

Neil HartleyHealth & Safety Issues/Trends, UncategorisedLeave a Comment

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This is the third in the trilogy of posts taking an optimistic look at UK health and safety issues in 2020. The first focused on Brexit, the second on the role that data and technology can play in improving health and safety outcomes, while this one is all about ruminating cows and trojan horses [really? – Ed]. OK, seriously, we’ll … Read More