Whichever way you look at it, the health and safety of and around customers, employees, facilities and key assets are always going to be high on the agenda of executive teams. Those priorities require regular reviews of processes, environment, practices and much more. The hazards that exist in the environment around us are manifold and need to be known, assessed and controlled.
Traditionally, the identification, assessment and recording of health and safety hazards have been a very manual process requiring paperwork, resources and review meetings – not only costly but time intensive, and lack of immediate actionability is a massive risk. Recent innovations as part of the digitalisation of the workplace mean that computers, mobile phones and tablets can interact to capture and share information instantly.
In this session we will:
- Look at the aspects around hazards in the workplace
- The impact of Health & Safety
- How digitalisation within companies can help by putting in place new and simple-to-use tools that underpin insurance commitments and compliance requirements.