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Can a shift from Proactive to Predictive HSE&S Management Help an Organization for Business Excellence?

In the current disruptive world, it is very important that the companies cope up with the latest advancement in technology and work on predictive analysis to sustain in the market. Similarly in the field of HSE&S, along with digitization, use of Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Machine Learning, etc can play an important role in analyzing the situation and predicting and alerting on what can go wrong, so that organizations take actions on time. 

The panel was participated by Mr. Gajraj Singh Rathore, President of JSW Steel Limited, Dolvi, Salav, Anjar Works, Mr. Sanjay Karajgikar, Regional Director, NB2S France (Part of Total Group), and Mr. Tushar Bhagat, Founder SAFECOM Internet and Ecomm Safety Foundation. It was Moderated by Mr. Avdesh Malaiya, the Founder President of OHSSAI.

The conclusion drawn from the panel discussion was that, though to have a business excellence and robust HSE&S performance, Predictive Management is very important, but it also depends on the current stage of the company’s management as they have to progress from Reactive to Proactive management first and then the data generated from Proactive management can drive them to predict the abnormalities likely to arrive. These alerts can then help companies for Loss Prevention and also for remaining in market in current disruptive world. However, with lot of technological advancements taking place, it is imperative to use technology to strengthen the HSE&S management in any organization.

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