Driving Continuity in the ‘New Normal’ – The Unknown
Taking A Proactive Approach to Uncertainty

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Date: On demand
Duration: 1 hour

How are businesses coping in this strange time? We look into how some of the world’s leading manufacturers are striving for business continuity whilst continuing to put their people at the forefront of priorities.

When you attend this webinar, you will:

  • Gain best practice sharing insights, from industry leaders to you
  • Hear an occupational health & safety focus – learn how you can keep mental and physical health a priority
  • Learn and take away effective strategies for how you can support yourself, employees and people across your organisation during uncertainty and form a ‘new normal’.
  • Learn how you can still strive for excellence and use this time to your advantage – Business Continuity in Uncertainty. Take away a model on using a management system to ensure the business is driving forward
  • Q&A – ask questions and get answers – what do you want to know


Jane Murdoch
QHSE Global Sales

Jane MurdochWith 17 years’ experience delivering Health, Safety, Risk, Quality and Environmental software across the globe, Jane understands business health & safety. She is emphatic in her approach with a proven track record of understanding challenges, articulating business needs and demonstrating how to drive performance by providing insightful data. Jane challenges customers to progress from their current state by guiding them in process improvement that results in clear value and educates businesses on how to articulate their data for years to come. Jane is Chair of the Scottish Chamber of Safety and a member of the Management Advisory Committee for Safety Groups UK helping support and deliver health & safety strategies throughout the UK.

Karen McDonnell
Head of RoSPA Scotland

Karen McDonnellA highly motivated safety advocate, skilled in partnership working, with a track record of working with and through key stakeholders across the global Health and Safety community. As OHS Policy Adviser RoSPA and Head of RoSPA Scotland, Karen has a broad range of strategic and operational experience gained over 30+ years whilst working for RoSPA and volunteering on behalf of IOSH. Each of which seek to reduce the burden of injury associated with accidents and work-related ill-health on the working population towards sustainable working lives here in the UK and the wider world. A Past President of IOSH, Karen presents an exceptional personal brand, and can influence and motivate others to think out with or across traditional boundaries.

Claire Walsh
Head of SHE – Occupational Health and Wellbeing
BAE Systems – Naval Ships

Claire WalshClaire Walsh is a Chartered Member of IOSH and Member of the Institute of Risk & Safety Management and Associate Member of the Association of Occupational Health Practitioners. She has been a Health and Safety Practitioner for over 20 years, working in diverse fields such as heavy and light engineering, local authority, the 3rd sector, and a UK wide organisation delivering investment, construction and maintenance services. Claire is the Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing for BAE Systems – Naval Ships, with responsibility for developing and implementing a world class health and wellbeing strategy for over 4000 employees in the UK. Claire will shortly be joining the new SHE team in BAE Head Office, covering UK and Rest of World.