As we gradually return to work, it does not mean that we will immediately return to what we may once have considered normal.
Hear from BSI’s Global Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing, Kate Field, and Global Head of Automotive, Rob Brown, for this on-demand webinar as they explore some of the key Health and Safety issues that individuals that work in organizations across the automotive sector should consider in relation to COVID-19 risk management as they rebuild following the pandemic.
Kate and Rob covered the following:
Health and safety, HR professionals, Quality Managers and business leaders across the automotive sector can use this on-demand webinar to update their health, safety and wellbeing risk management plans and help promote best practices in their organizations.
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About the presenters
Robert Brown, BSI's Global Heal of Automotive, brings decades of experience in the automotive industry as not only a Subject Matter Expert but as an auditor and instructor. Rob joined BSI coming from the IATF Oversight Manager at SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) where he was responsible for writing the new IATF 16949:2016 standard and its supporting rules. Rob was a founding member of the IATF training commission, responsible for the development of the “Automotive Process Approach” training and qualification of 400 Certification Body auditors and is a regular keynote speaker at SMMT, IATF and VDA global conferences.
Kate Field is BSI’s Global Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing. As an ambassador for cultural change, that puts wellbeing, PPE equality and safety at the forefront, Kate inspires colleagues and stakeholders globally to make a difference. With over 18 years of industry experience in occupational health and safety, Kate is a recognized consultant, trainer and qualified lecturer. Prior to joining BSI, Kate was Head of Information and Intelligence at the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, leading on H&S research strategy and technical content globally. Other experience includes Regulatory Inspector and policy and program lead for the HSE, and health and safety expert at AgustaWestland (now Leonardo), Bureau Veritas, and at easyJet.