Intelex Hosts Exclusive Webinar on Leading and Lagging Indicators in Oil and Gas


Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) August 15, 2012

Intelex is thrilled to extend an invitation to Leading and Lagging Indicators in Oil and Gas, an exclusive webinar event that will help attendees leverage indicators to enable more proactive management across their operations.

Geared towards leaders in the oil and gas sector but applicable to any business that has to deal with recording, managing and tracking workplace incidents, accidents, near-misses, environmental impacts and more on a regular basis, this free 30-minute webinar explores how reimagining your approach to environment, health and safety (EHS) metrics can revolutionize organizational performance, minimize costs and curtail risk. It is slated to begin at 3 p.m. EST on Wednesday, August 15.

Too often companies in the oil and gas sector where the need for a near-flawless EHS record is paramount approach environment and safety analytics in a sub-optimal way, explains Gurpreet Lalwani, an oil and gas solutions specialist at Intelex. By tracking and analyzing the right metrics, oil and gas companies can shift to a more proactive mode of EHS management and save time, money and resources.

Together with oil and gas solution specialist Stephen Buffett, Gurpreet will explore how to leverage leading and lagging indicators to improve overall organizational safety performance, gain greater insight into understand your indicators and what they mean for your organization, and the role of tools in converting lagging into leading indicators.

Behind every fatality, behind every recordable incident, theres going to be tons of near-misses, and hundreds if not thousands of at-risk behaviours, adds Buffett. By changing the way you track leading and lagging indicators, you can significantly reduce the risk of these business-critical errors ever occurring.

Intelex invites leaders in oil and gas environment, health and safety (EHS) management to register now for this exclusive event.







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Intelex Hosts Exclusive Webinar on Leading and Lagging Indicators in Oil and Gas


Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) August 15, 2012

Intelex is thrilled to extend an invitation to Leading and Lagging Indicators in Oil and Gas, an exclusive webinar event that will help attendees leverage indicators to enable more proactive management across their operations.

Geared towards leaders in the oil and gas sector but applicable to any business that has to deal with recording, managing and tracking workplace incidents, accidents, near-misses, environmental impacts and more on a regular basis, this free 30-minute webinar explores how reimagining your approach to environment, health and safety (EHS) metrics can revolutionize organizational performance, minimize costs and curtail risk. It is slated to begin at 3 p.m. EST on Wednesday, August 15.

Too often companies in the oil and gas sector where the need for a near-flawless EHS record is paramount approach environment and safety analytics in a sub-optimal way, explains Gurpreet Lalwani, an oil and gas solutions specialist at Intelex. By tracking and analyzing the right metrics, oil and gas companies can shift to a more proactive mode of EHS management and save time, money and resources.

Together with oil and gas solution specialist Stephen Buffett, Gurpreet will explore how to leverage leading and lagging indicators to improve overall organizational safety performance, gain greater insight into understand your indicators and what they mean for your organization, and the role of tools in converting lagging into leading indicators.

Behind every fatality, behind every recordable incident, theres going to be tons of near-misses, and hundreds if not thousands of at-risk behaviours, adds Buffett. By changing the way you track leading and lagging indicators, you can significantly reduce the risk of these business-critical errors ever occurring.

Intelex invites leaders in oil and gas environment, health and safety (EHS) management to register now for this exclusive event.







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