Establishing the ‘next normal’ – planning for a resilient future
Recorded 2 July 2020
The last in a three part series, this webinar looks at how to challenge our approach to health and safety as organizations work towards a more flexible way of working.
Whilst we are now returning to work, we aren’t necessarily returning to how things used to be. Employers face the task of defining their ‘next normal’ and adapting health, safety and wellbeing strategies to reflect the potential of an ever-changing landscape. Kate Field explores the key considerations for building a robust and resilient approach to health, safety and wellbeing management of the future. Topics include;
- COVID-19 The Black Swan. Or is it?
- The impact of the pandemic on the employer/employee relationship
- Creating a more ‘people centric’ approach to Health and Safety
- Building a sustainable and resilient workforce
This webinar replay is suitable for Managers or Directors that are responsible for defining Health, Safety & Wellbeing strategies but also for those responsible for Risk Management & Mitigation, Business Continuity or Resilience.
Kate Field, Global Head Health, Safety and Wellbeing
Kate Field (CMIOSH) is BSI’s Global Champion for occupational health and safety (OHS). Kate acts as expert and ambassador on OHS supporting the delivery of excellence and expertise across the 193 countries BSI operates in. With a health and safety career spanning two decades, Kate has authored regulatory and technical guidance, written articles for a range of publications and is a successful global, keynote speaker and presenter.
Other webinars in the series