Article - Are you Preventing Learning in your Organization?
Organizations with a “blame culture” miss out on a key opportunity – learning from failure. Read about preventing incidents by eradicating a culture of blame in the workplace, and how we need to adopt a mindset that people are the solution, not the problem.
Forwood Supports the United Nations Global Compact
Forwood has become a member of the United Nations Global Compact to support corporate sustainability and have committed ourselves to the ten principles associated with the Compact - human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption.
Peabody Australia join the Forwood Community
Peabody selected Forwood Critical Risk Management to improve and strengthen critical controls management outside its current system. As a result, the coal producer ensures that robust critical controls are implemented on all tasks with a credible fatality risk.
Article - Amazon QuickSight Q extending life-saving safety analytics
Read Faye Crompton’s article about how Amazon’s powerful new machine learning feature Quicksight Q provides interactive, dynamic data visualization tools that enable end users to access safety data in the field, regardless of their experience with analytics and data reporting.
Presentation - Practical Application of Machine Learning in Safety Analytics
Thorsten Scholz joined leading professionals from the technology community, sharing their experiences about the most critical challenges around the value of data. Thorsten presented on using machine learning in safety analytics to improve the accessibility of safety data.
Case Study - Alcoa Leveraging Forwood to Deliver Strong Safety Performance
In these two powerful case studies, Alcoa Corporation, recognized as the inventor of aluminum, demonstrates how leveraging Forwood's solutions CRM and FAST Reporting has enabled the industry leader to more effectively pursue their goal of zero fatalities.
Mining Global - Digitally Transforming Risk Management with Cloud and AI
In this magazine article from Mining Global, Thorsten Scholz, CTO, Forwood Group, explains how tech innovation, solid partnerships and a focused approach can transform safety culture in industry, with a goal to make a profound difference in fatality prevention.
New release: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Checklists - Additional languages
Forwood Safety have translated the third release of Coronavirus Critical Control Checklists into 12 languages. The COVID-19 focused critical risk management package is available free of charge. For more details follow the link below.
Verdantix - How Forwood is doing Critical Risk Management differently
This article by Verdanix explains how EHS decision-makers must manage critical risks to reduce workplace fatality rates, and how Forwood is filling this void by no longer relying on traditional schools of thoughts for workplace fatality prevention.
OHS Magazine - Applying Agile Principles to Learn from Failures
Featured in OHS Professional Magazine, Thorsten Scholz, CTO at Forwood Group, discusses applying agile principles to learn from failures and manage safety differently, and the benefits of measuring all critical control failures will have in the workplace.
NRSPP Webinar - With Rio Tinto's, Anthony Deakin
Anthony Deakin at Rio Tinto explores how the organization is implementing a layered critical control verification program, underpinned by the bow-tie analysis method, that creates a strong safety loop that identifies weaknesses in an organization’s frontline safety controls.
NRSPP - Rio Tinto's Critical Control Verification Program
This compelling NRSPP case study highlights how Rio Tinto’s critical control verification program developed in partnership with Forwood has created a rich, globally standardized dataset, systemizing a new approach to Fatality Prevention.
Amazon Web Services - re:Invent Cloud Computing Conference
Forwood were asked to present at Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent 2018 in Las Vegas to educate attendees on how Amazon Quicksight can be deployed at scale, and how Forwood uses QuickSight to save the lives of people working in high-risk industries.