CANCELLED - This health evaluation seminar will no longer be presented on this date.
Health Evaluation Seminar:
Partnering with the BC Health Care Industry to evaluate workplace health & safety using Business Intelligence (BI) - Tableau Scorecard
An overview will be provided on the co-creation of a BI Tableau scorecard between WorkSafeBC, the BC Health Authorities and HEABC to evaluate occupational health & safety (OH&S) effectiveness for the Health Care Industry. Through engagement, collaboration and partnership, we were able to identify, develop and implement mutually agreed upon performance measures to monitor and assess OH&S effectiveness. Through data information sharing, knowledge transfer and joint cooperation on both sides, common ground and buy-in was achieved to establish consistent and meaningful performance measures that were deemed robust and repeatable. Exploring shared values among the groups on the development and implementation of the scorecard facilitated business transformation, change management and sustainability.
By incorporating this new approach, the scorecard is now part of regular work flow for OH&S management advocating a positive workplace safety culture. The BI interactive tool offered stakeholders new approaches that applied technical and situational practice in leading, learning, sharing and evolving.
Rob Sturrock ~ WorkSafeBC
Rob Sturrock has over 25 years of work experience in research, program evaluation, strategic analysis, and Business Intelligence (BI) development. He is currently a manager in Business Intelligence & Analysis Dept. at WorkSafeBC & he has been with the company since 1999. Prior to WorkSafeBC, he worked for 10 years in criminal intelligence with the Organized Crime Agency of BC and Correctional Service of Canada. He has a Masters degree in Criminology and is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
Diana Liang ~ WorkSafeBC
Diana Liang is interested in applying business intelligence and data analysis to create meaningful and actionable solutions. Further partnering with stakeholders and shareholders to analyze shared data to create appropriate programs and solutions. She has a Bachelor degree in Health Science and a Master in Business Administration. She is currently a Senior Research Analyst with WorkSafeBC.
Dana Rugina ~ WorkSafeBC
Dana Rugina was born in Romania and came to Canada in 1996. She holds a Masters degree in Commerce from the University of British Columbia and a PhD. from University of Orsay, France. She has worked as a Senior Research Analyst with WorkSafeBC for 16 years. Specific competencies for Canadian Evaluation Practice (related to this presentation):
· 1.7 – Pursues professional networks and self-development to enhance evaluation practice
· 2.0 – Technical Practice competencies e.g., design, data collection, analysis, interpretation, and reportingWhere: Lecture Room, Blusson Spinal Cord Centre, 818 W 10th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1M9
When: Thursday November 8, 2018
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m
Lunch: Bring Your Own
Registration: Members: $10 / Non-members: $20
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