Safety Management

5 Metrics for High Performing Agile Safety Management Teams

5 Metrics for High Performing Agile Safety Management Teams

One of the most important things for an effective team is to make sure that all team members are spending time on the right things. But do you know what your team really spends their time on? During the course of work, unplanned tasks and emergencies pop up, taking team members away from strategically important work. Time Spent allows you to measure where you team is really spending its time.


Agile Safety teams can then use this information to become more strategic and efficient. If distractions and busy work are taking up too much time, teams can address ways to alleviate these things in order to spend time on what really matters.


Scrum Philosophy and Agile Safety Management

Scrum Philosophy and Agile Safety Management

Many of these benefits apply when implementing agile as a safety management process. Companies can use it to solve problems faster, improve outcomes, increase ROI for the safety department and safety initiatives, and improve employee morale, engagement, and ownership of safety practices. Scrum excels when applied to complex and unpredictable problems. This is good, because while safety problems can sometimes be straightforward to solve, more often they can involve complexities and intricacies including different priorities and lack of authority and accountability.