Webinar: A Guide to Improving Safety Culture

Available on Demand

Designing a safety culture assessment methodology can be a daunting task, especially given many companies have limited internal resources to devote to such an intensive process.

Learn how best-in-class companies leveraged a third-party partner to simplify the creation, distribution, and compilation of findings from a safety culture assessment. We’ll look at how companies use safety culture findings to benchmark and measure the impact of changes they make in the organisation.

By attending this webinar, you will:

  • Learn why safety culture is vital for organisations to incorporate
  • Hear how other businesses have leveraged partners to simplify the process
  • See what a best-in-class safety culture looks like through benchmarking metrics

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Megan Ewing


Megan Ewing serves as a Senior Project Lead at ISN, the global leader in contractor and supplier risk management. Megan holds a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health from Murray State University and lives in Dallas, Texas.

In her current role, Megan leads perception survey engagements across multiple industries for ISN customers through ISN’s consulting arm, Monarch. Monarch helps ISN clients who are looking for a way to assess their businesses. They have helped implement over 300 engagements, spanning more than 15 industries, collecting data from over 200,000 survey respondents.

Since joining ISN in 2012, Megan has held various business development and leadership roles within the organization. With 12+ Years of experience in HSEQ and Contractor Management, she has lead teams within ISN’s HSEQ Review and Verification Services across the US and EMEA. She has also held positions on ISN’s Contractor Operations, Business Development, and Research and Development groups.

Ryan Rodriguez

MPH, CSP, LEED Green Associate, ISN

Ryan Rodriguez serves as an HSE Team Lead at ISN, the global leader in contractor and supplier risk management. Ryan holds a Bachelor of Science in Radiological Health Engineering and a Master of Public Health in Environmental Health from Texas A&M University.

In his current role, Ryan leads a global team of certified safety and sustainability professionals in the review and verification of contractors’ documentation including written policies, certificates, and auditing contractors’ process implementation within ISN’s platform, ISNetworld®. The platform offers data-driven insights and configurable tools that help hiring organizations identify the most qualified contractor companies that meet and exceed industry, regulatory, and company-specific standards to mitigate risks associated with global operations such as environmental, social and governance (ESG) challenges, supply chain continuity, regulatory compliance, cybersecurity and training and program conformance. Ryan’s team has a keen focus on working with customers on identifying leading indicators to drive progress, along with tracking serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) as one measure of success in the safety culture at those organizations.

Ryan is a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals and a registered Certified Safety Professional through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.

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