Netflix is 25 years old. It’s a long time in the world of streaming and digital entertainment, yet the principles in risk management remain built on bedrocks which have stayed pretty much constant in that time.
Many of you may feel unable to read even another word about the so-called ‘Partygate’ saga that has gripped Whitehall and saturated the media over the past six months. You may also be asking why this is even featuring on these pages, and what it has to do with health, safety, or even wellbeing?
By Mike Robinson FCA, British Safety Council on 01 June 2022
The shift to a green economy will create green jobs within new and emerging sectors, while those working in existing sectors will have to gain the requisite green skills to take advantage of the business value-creation opportunities that come from embedding sustainability across the whole organisation.
Safety Management catches up with Peter McGettrick as he joins the British Safety Council as its new chair. We find out about his priorities
for the organisation, what challenges lie ahead and the work he’s most looking forward to doing.
Broadly speaking, resilience refers to an organisation’s ability to adapt quickly and respond well to a crisis. That means being prepared to deal with an unforeseen or predictable event. This could be anything from your superstar employee moving to your competitor, new legislation forcing you to make sweeping changes to your products, or a major global health or economic crisis, like Covid.
By Mike Robinson, the British Safety Council on 12 October 2021
Matthew Holder speaks to Neal Stone about the need for unity to resist a more dangerous world being thrust upon us. Neal is head of policy and governance at McOnie and served for many years as director of policy at the British Safety Council.