Lloyd’s Register is working with UK regulator Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to bring together and analyze safety data gained by its machine learning tool, in order to prevent death and serious injury at work.
Our collaboration with Lloyd’s Register Foundation on Discovering Safety will have a huge impact on our ability to learn from incidents and accidents. It’s our next step towards a world where no one dies as a consequence of work, where industry doesn’t suffer catastrophic failure, where companies can say that no one was harmed in the making of their product and where accidents can be predicted and therefore prevented,
…explained Professor Andrew Curran, Chief Scientific Advisor, HSE.
The Severity Scanner tool has been enabled by ‘Discovering Safety’, which has enabled access to lessons learned from past incidents in order to make the working world safer.
The initiative seeks to minimize human effort and error in the RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations) reporting process, helping businesses to fulfill their regulatory obligations to protect themselves from potential disruption, investigation and fines.
At its heart, this is about creating a pool of data on a scale never seen before, and using the latest in AI to mine that for valuable safety insights,
…commented Ran Merkazy, VP, Product & Services Innovation at Lloyds Register.
Once operational, Discovering Safety’s knowledge library of safety information seeks to have a global reach and impact in the domain of health and safety.