Discover the profession’s buying habits in this exclusive trend report put together by SHP.
At the time of writing, the pandemic seems to be behind us, and Brexit’s impact is slowly (but surely) being understood. The health and safety profession is dusting itself down after a challenging two years, that skewed spend as we navigated a very unpredictable landscape.
Now, as we emerge into the new ‘normal’ clear trends around procurement are emerging. This report analyses these patterns, detecting how wellbeing, technology and regulation is affecting procurement, while revealing the challenges in 2023 and how they might play out over the next 12 months.
Purchasing the right product – be it PPE or a suite of online training tools – remains a key part of a professional’s remit, choosing wisely can compliment a proactive approach to safety management. As Karl Simons OBE says in his introduction to the report, being involved in the buying process “enables far greater influence in the organisational arrangements of up-front planning, design and control that can be implemented prior to the execution of work being undertaken, regardless of whether this is office or field-based activities”.
Stay ahead of the curve and download this exclusive 18-page report now, which includes a foreword from SHP Editorial Board member, Karl Simons OBE.