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June 9, 2015

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The next generation risk management approach: whole life and whole organisation

By Anthony Phillips, Managing Director WellKom International

Anthony will be speaking in the British Safety Council: Global Risk Management Theatre on 18 June from 13.30 – 14.15.

If you look at your own organisation think about whether these are challenges/trends which are relevant to your own employees and how this impacts on risk from safety, quality, performance, attraction, retention, succession planning, cost, litigation etc.

Pace of life, relationships outside of work, inability to sleep, financial wellness, nutrition, skin disorders, aches and pains, traffic congestion, scheduling/rotas/lunch breaks, hydration, fatigue, holidays along with intensification of work and organisational change.

The next generation of risk management, as the title indicates, requires a whole life and a whole organisation approach. This will really challenge individual discipline professionals in terms of their know-how and resources as well as mean from the board down a much more joined up approach.

For those organisations which are multi-national there are of course some cultural differences but they do not disguise that overall the challenges are very similar in nature around the world.

I will provide examples of global trends, statistical case study evidence on why a Whole Life & Whole Organisation is required and how to migrate to this approach along with the paybacks for adopting this next generation approach. He will share some of the latest technology and software available.

The Whole Life/Whole Organisation solution has applicability wherever and whatever your organisation is and does!

SONY DIGITAL CAMERAAnthony will be speaking in the British Safety Council: Global Risk Management Theatre at the Safety & Health Expo on 18 June from 13.30 – 14.15.


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