SHE Software will be taking to the stage at Health & Safety Scotland 2018.
SHE Software’s Solutions Architect Manager Julian Taylor and Ben Woodruff, Head of Business Development, will present a breakfast seminar on the recently launched ISO 45001 standard and the role it plays in taking a holistic approach to safety management.
ISO 45001, published earlier this year, represents a major change in the safety world. The first global standard to encompass occupational health and safety, it will drive a standardised approach to safety to protect employees worldwide, regardless of organisation size, industry or nature of business.
SHE Software's Julian Taylor said that the effects of the standard are wide-ranging: “For some countries, the standard will be transformational in how safety is managed – for others, including the UK, it sets a benchmark for leadership to re-evaluate and improve how health and safety systems are implemented across their organisation.
“However, just like any other standard, system or process, implementation in isolation won’t transform safety performance – it needs to be a part of a holistic approach to reduce risks and improve compliance.”
The breakfast seminar will take place on Wednesday 12 September from 8.30-9.15am and is free for delegates to attend.
SHE Software’s team will also be on hand at Health & Safety Scotland on stand HS90 throughout the event to meet visitors and discuss their health and safety challenges.
If you would like to book a short one-to-one session with one of our team of experts in advance, please register your details below and we will be in touch to arrange a convenient time.
- Health and Safety Scotland takes place at the SEC, Glasgow, from 12-13 September.