Research shows that investing in employee wellbeing brings financial benefits for a business, but it’s essential employers carefully plan and implement their wellbeing programme, rather than taking an ad-hoc or reactive approach to problems.
By Marcus Herbert, British Safety Council on 02 December 2022
Delegates attending British Safety Council’s first Annual Conference since 2019 on Friday 14 October gained insights into managing health, safety, and wellbeing from an impressive array of speakers, including Col. Dame Kelly Holmes, the double gold medal-winning Olympian.
By Stephen Cooke, British Safety Council on 17 October 2022
Last month, I asked ‘how can we avoid this becoming a winter of discontent?’ The government has since set out its plans to cap energy prices for consumers and businesses, and how it will seek to grow the economy and support people, largely through a series of tax cuts.
By Mike Robinson FCA, British Safety Council on 03 October 2022
British Safety Council has joined 40 other organisations in writing a letter to the new prime minister to make a personal commitment to uphold rights and protections following concerns of more ‘red tape’ cutting after Brexit.
Peter McGettrick, British Safety Council Chairman, was given a tour of one of HS2’s biggest sites and heard how it is going about making sure people stay safe, healthy and well even on this massive project.
By Stephen Cooke, British Safety Council on 15 July 2022
The British Safety Council held a parliamentary reception on 14 June as part of its Keep Thriving campaign bringing MPs and peers at the House of Commons together to discuss how we can ensure workers thrive. The Keep Thriving campaign seeks to help improve the wellbeing of workers, within and outside of the workplace.
By Stephen Cooke, British Safety Council on 01 July 2022