How to make health and safety more resilient
Leaders know the importance of planning and delivering successful health, safety and sustainability programmes. But the ability to improve employee health and reduce accidents at work is only measured when put to the test. Resilience is often defined as an organisation’s ability to continue to provide services when struck by events that adversely impact operations. As we have seen with COVID-19, companies that are successfully navigating the crisis are those whose health and safety strategies are more resilient to the knocks and shocks of the pandemic.