Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) October 17, 2012
Predictive Solutions Corporation announced today that Raghu Arunachalam, Ph.D., Chuck Pettinger, Ph.D., Griffin Schultz, and Cary Usrey will present various technical sessions at the 2012 National Safety Council Congress & Expo at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. These sessions will generally focus on the use of safety data to predict and prevent workplace injuries and improve safety cultures.
On Monday, October 22 at 2:00 – 3:30 pm EDT in room 304D, Griffin, general manager, will present a session entitled, “Using Data Analytics to Predict and Prevent Workplace Injuries.” He will be joined by Raghu Arunachalam, director of emerging technologies at Industrial Scientific Corporation.
Also on Monday at 2:00 – 3:30 pm, Cary, a process improvement leader and author of the “SafetyCary” blog, will present a session entitled, “Using Your Inspections to Foster Employee Involvement.” This presentation will take place in room 304E.
The following day, Chuck will present a session entitled, “Making Safety Personal: A Case Study of Global Predictive Analytics,” in room 304E at 4:00 – 5:30 pm. He will be joined by Adam Tucker, director of health, safety & environment at Cummins Inc.
For more details, visit the Educational Sessions page which can be found on the congress & expo’s website.
Predictive Solutions, an Industrial Scientific company, will also be an exhibitor at the show at booth #2117.
About Predictive Solutions Corporation
Predictive Solutions Corporation, formerly DBO2, saves lives by predicting workplace injuries. Its software solutions help track, trend and analyze safety related data and incidents. They also employ proprietary models that predict the likelihood, frequency and location of workplace injuries using its customers’ safety observation data. In addition, Predictive Solutions delivers consulting services that drive culture and process change within organizations to create sustainable safety processes that reduce injuries. With more than 100 million observations and nearly 40,000 reported incidents from more than 15,000 worksites around the world, Predictive Solutions has emerged as an industry leader in predicting injuries before they occur. Predictive Solutions, based in Pittsburgh, Pa., was founded in 2001 and became an Industrial Scientific company in 2008. Its employees, along with those of its parent company, are dedicating their careers to ending death on the job in this century. For more information, visit http://www.predictivesolutions.com.