Identifying Work Tasks - Measuring Injury Rates from Motor Vehicle Operations

Thursday, Jan. 14, 2 p.m. Eastern time | Register now
Presenter: Peter VanDyne, CSP, CFPS, technical director, Liberty Mutual

This presentation will cover taking injury types such as falls, contusions and strains and identifying the task the driver or worker was doing when injured. This is useful in establishing and a process to focus on tasks producing more injuries and measuring safe task performance. We will also discuss measuring injury rates based on work volume in items handled, stops made and other ways which reflect the amount or volume of tasks and exposures.

Peter VanDyne, CSP, CFPS, is currently technical director for risk control services at Liberty Mutual. He is the responsible for, assisting field consultants, providing project specific field consulting services to select policyholders and working with agency and broker contacts to provide risk control services for motor vehicle and transportation related exposures.

VanDyne has lectured for Tulane University, the University of South Florida, and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He has authored numerous articles related to transportation safety, risk control, benchmarking and best practice. 

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