New Frontier of Occupational Safety

Over the past five decades, the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) industry has made great strides in improvement, in line with a more robust regulatory and legal framework that drives organizations to establish safer practices. However, evolving risks continue to challenge what makes established global OHS standards most effective.

Marking these developments year over year is the UN World Day for Safety and Health at Work (28th April) – a day that promotes the criticality of an OHS program and underlines the shared responsibility that governments, employees, and workers have towards preventing occupational incidents and the spread of diseases. And, delivering on the responsibility ties back to how well governments and organizations can keep up with the changing OHS landscape while driving improvements in standards and processes.

In this white paper, you will learn about:

  • How the COVID-19 pandemic changed OSH
  • The occupational health & safety and sustainability connection
  • The case for mental wellbeing
  • The newest OSH trends and governmental standards

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