January 26 Safety Analytics Community Conversation - "Getting to Know You"

When:  Jan 26, 2021 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (CT)

Join the Safety Analytics Community on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at 2:00 PM CT for an exciting "Getting to Know You" interactive exercise, including a round robin of member introductions and live polling.

Between January - December 2020, the Safety Analytics Community level set. Members collaborated amongst safety, data science, IT and operations professionals across the utility industry to share current and planned safety analytics initiatives, lessons learned, obstacles faced, and achieved and desired results. Through this scan of utility safety efforts, members have learned innovative ways to use analytics, better understood the current state of utility safety analytics, and closed in on their envisioned future desired state, as well as gained a better idea of what is needed to close the gap to their success.

During 2021, we now want to take a deeper dive into safety analytics. This session is designed to help us all get to know each other better, understand the use cases you are working on, and your successes and challenges, so we can better plan content for 2021 Safety Analytics Community Conversations that is timely, relevant, and valuable for our members. 

Come to January's session prepared to answer questions regarding your maturity level as it relates to safety analytics, as well as your safety analytics successes and challenges. We also want to learn what topics or use cases you would like to hear discussed during future Safety Analytics Community Conversations, so we can deliver programs that match your needs and interests. We encourage you to join us for this session to help us shape the monthly Safety Analytics Community Conversations! See you online on January 26!

Not yet a part of this community? Join today using our "Community Sign Up Form." (Spots may be limited depending on membership)


Dial-in Instructions:
A Microsoft Teams link will be provided to Safety Analytics Community members prior to the meeting.
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Kevin Praet