Everyone in your company leadership will agree that the safety and well-being of your team are important—in the wake of COVID-19, perhaps more than ever. But weighed alongside critical operational costs, health and safety investments are often deferred. Clearly defining the cost of direct and indirect risk—and opportunities for sustainability gains—is critical to show the potential return on your company’s investment in safety.
In a time of high sensitivity to workplace health and safety, and in a job seeker’s market, there has never been a better time to build a case for safety investment in the continuity and long-term sustainability of your business. In this session, learn strategies to define the cost-benefit analysis for health and safety investment—and illustrate how the investment will pay future dividends.