Feedback From The Field: Under Pressure

Frontline workers are feeling the pressure – can we fix that?

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New research from SafetyCulture highlights mounting pressure on frontline workers and the key opportunities for businesses to start improving the way they operate. The Feedback from the Field report reveals that almost two in three (64%) frontline workers feel the challenges and pressure they face at work have increased in the last 12 months. In this webinar you’ll learn how your frontline workers might be feeling, the priorities they’re grappling with, and the steps you can take to meet their needs.

When you attend this webinar, you will:

  • Discover the pressures frontline workers are facing
  • Learn how they are (or aren’t) taking steps to protect their own safety.
  • Learn how to build a feedback loop to better communicate back and forth with the frontline.
  • Walk away with a clear idea of the tools and processes you can transform in order to protect and retain frontline staff.

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Tiffany Argent
Customer Engagement Executive, SafetyCulture
Tiffany is a chartered IOSH H&S professional with nearly 20 years of experience in manufacturing, research science and freight forwarding/logistics industries. Her current role is as a Customer Engagement Executive with SafetyCulture providing customers with operational expertise to drive productivity and continuous improvement through a mobile-first platform.

Sue Parker-Tantush
IOSH Council, Sue Parker-Tantush Consulting Ltd
Having enjoyed a 20-year career as risk and safety professional, Sue more recently led a risk-based safety transformation as Co-op Group Head of Safety, driving change and a positive safety culture through improved collaboration. She volunteers as Board trustee, and more recently for IOSH Council , which has equipped her with the skills to lead and influence at all levels. Always working in the rapidly changing world of retail,  she prides herself on being able to quickly get to the heart of a problem and find practical solutions that engage all stakeholders. She is most proud of her work introducing effective incident reporting solutions into organisations, which in her last role led to influencing government policy and has spoken about this at conferences.

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