In this whitepaper we will look at health and safety reports to executives and operational leaders, focusing on the form and content that gives them assurance and directs them to take action where it is needed to control risk.
As health and safety management has matured as a discipline, it has become clear that chasing small improvements in lagging indicators is a backward-looking approach and that minimising workplace risk needs a more active, predictive mindset.
How would your business manage a crisis? Reducing the risk of danger to your business depends on how the decision makers respond under pressure and how action is taken. There won't always be warnings and whatever the nature of the danger, decisions will be made under time pressure. Our whitepaperlooks at how improving our understanding of the way we think can lead to better decision-making during a crisis.
ISO 45001 - Benefits and Pitfalls to Accreditation
This whitepaper examines the benefits and pitfalls to accreditation of the internationally agreed standard for occupational health and safety certification, ISO 45001. In this paper we'll unravel the evidence for benefits - scientific and anecdotal - and consider how the cost, time, and effort can be reduced.
This white paper examines how well were employers able to prepare for the health and safety challenges of lockdown home working and what were the consequences? And how well are they preparing for the related challenges of new hybrid working arrangements?
How to Create a First-Class Workplace Learning Programme
What does a 'good' workplace health and safety training programme look like? More importantly, how can you tell if your programme is effective? With so many training options available, finding the combination that fits your needs and those of your employees can be a challenge. This whitepaper will help you to assess your training needs and deliver the best employee training possible.