Podcast featuring Griffin Schultz on preventing workplace injuries now available
A podcast on preventing fatal accidents at work, hosted by Creative Safety Publishing and featuring Predictive Solutions’ general manager Griffin Schultz, is now available for download
Griffin Schultz, general manager at Predictive Solutions, recently participated in a podcast entitled “Ending Deadly Workplace Accidents” in which Dan Clark of Creative Safety Publishing interviewed Schultz.
In the interview, Schultz described the mission of Predictive Solutions and its parent company Industrial Scientific to end death on the job in this century. He also explained how the company uses predictive analytics – on top of data collection methods – to help its customers predict and prevent workplace injuries.
Griffin is responsible for all aspects of Predictive Solutions’ business. Prior to joining the company, Schultz held various positions at several technology companies and has extensive experience applying technology solutions to business functions.
To access a link to listen to the recording or read the interview transcript, visit www.predictivesolutions.com.
About Predictive Solutions Corporation
Predictive Solutions Corporation 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 165 million observations and over 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. Based in Pittsburgh, Pa., the company was founded in 2001 and became an Industrial Scientific company in 2008. Its employees are dedicated to ending death on the job in this century.