Health and safety at work affects all businesses. Many people have been working from home for an extended period, and the signs are that more and more businesses are adopting remote working, potentially shifting to a new business model. With this change of approach comes new challenges around health, safety and wellness for employees and other stakeholders. It is vital for businesses to continue to demonstrate their commitment in this area.
DNV, in association with Temple QMS, recently hosted a webinar discussing the challenges and opportunities around health, safety and wellbeing of employees and stakeholders. Mark Clewley, business development Manager at DNV, was joined by Bob Hughes, director at Temple QMS, to discuss the importance of health and safety in relation to the pandemic.
Access this on demand webinar to hear about:
- The current situation
- New challenges and opportunities around health, safety and wellbeing of employees and stakeholders
- The importance of ISO 45001
- Migration timeline
- Real life examples and Q&A session
Having a certified management system to ISO 45001 enables your organisation to demonstrate your commitment to health and safety at work, whilst providing assurance that legal compliance is effectively managed. DNV and Temple QMS work closely together with businesses from a wide range of industries to mitigate risk, not only from a physical injury standpoint, but also encompassing employee wellbeing.