Looking after the health and safety of your employees is not about ticking boxes to help meet compliance mandates; increasingly, it makes good business sense, too. Workplaces that neglect health and safety risk prosecution, are in danger of losing staff, and are often less productive. But safety does not happen by accident: it requires hard work, and commitment to a culture of health and safety excellence, monitoring and continual improvement. So how do you build that culture and encourage the right behaviours? And how do you ensure HSE is a business driver, rather than a hurdle? Discuss this and more at an upcoming GDS Summit.
GDS Summits in Health and Safety will cover the most pressing challenges and trends facing the industry today. GDS Summits are produced following 100+ hours of research with subject matter experts from a range of brands. This research is the foundation from which we write our cutting-edge HSE Summit agendas.