Predictive Solutions to Present Webinar on the Use of Predictive Analytics to Prevent Workplace Injuries

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On Wednesday, March 28, Griffin Schultz and Raghu Arunachalam will present a webinar, “Stop Investigating Workplace Injuries – Start Preventing Them Using Predictive Analytics,” hosted by Safety+Health magazine.

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Griffin Schultz, general manager of Predictive Solutions, and Raghu Arunachalam, Ph.D., director of emerging technologies at Industrial Scientific, will present a webinar on Wednesday, March 28 at 12 p.m. CDT entitled “Stop Investigating Workplace Injuries – Start Preventing Them Using Predictive Analytics.”

The webinar, hosted by Safety+Health magazine, will review actionable insights from a white paper, “Predictive Analytics in Workplace Safety: Four Safety Truths that Reduce Workplace Injuries,” that was published by Predictive Solutions last month. The white paper describes how predictive analytics, which has already optimized several other industries, is now being used by safety professionals to predict and prevent workplace injuries.

Schultz and Arunachalam will share the results of research conducted by teams from Predictive Solutions and Carnegie Mellon University in the development of powerful safety analytics and prediction models. The same CMU team helped develop the Watson supercomputer that originally gained fame by beating the top “Jeopardy” game show champions, and is now being used to help doctors make better medical diagnoses.

Attendees will learn how the four safety truths can help organizations reduce safety incidents, and will hear real-world case examples of companies who are already successfully doing this. Lastly, Schultz and Arunachalam will review how the prediction models were built, tested and then applied in safety software systems.

To register for the webinar, click here.

About Predictive Solutions Corporation
Predictive Solutions Corporation, formerly DBO2, saves lives by predicting workplace injuries. Its safety software solutions help track, trend and analyze safety-related data. 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 workplace injury prevention programs. 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.

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