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Webinar: How to protect all staff in a world of hybrid working?

Wednesday, October 5 2022, 11:00 AM BST

This webinar is part of the Webinar Wednesdays series

6.8m workers from all sectors have safety concerns once a week, with hybrid workers reporting the highest rate of concern. This extends beyond the workplace to include commuting and working from home, so how can companies provide protection to everyone, everywhere?

This webinar will show the shifting trends in the workforce, the increase in safety concerns in all sectors and how this impacts businesses.

Overview:

  • The increasing safety concerns of employees and the gap in perception of employers
  • How safety concerns are affecting recruitment, retention and employee wellbeing
  • Hybrid working and how to assess and improve safety measures
  • How businesses can implement the right policies and procedures
  • Case study: how a leading broadcaster and retailer are using a range of safety measures to offer protection for all types of workers

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Speakers:

Naz Dossa is CEO of PeopleSafe. Naz started in banking and spent most of his career in telecoms and IT sectors. He is also chair of the Lone Worker Section Committee at the British Security Industry Association, helping to drive innovation across the industry and a leading advocate of personal safety.

Saskia Garner is the Head of Policy and Campaigns at the Suzy Lamplugh Trust. Her work covers research and policy advocacy across a range of personal safety issues including lone working, stalking, harassment, online harms and bystander intervention. Saskia organises National Personal Safety Day and oversees campaigns including Stay Safe At Work with the development of Suzy’s Charter for Workplace Safety. Saskia has represented Suzy Lamplugh Trust on the Ministerial Task and Finish Groups for Retail Crime and Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle licensing and also leads on stalking policy work including advocacy on systemic change, coordinating the National Stalking Consortium and National Stalking Awareness Week.

Nicole is the founder of Worthwhile Training which was  built on Nicole’s ethos of offering the very best possible, every day. Renowned for her encyclopaedic knowledge and practical experience, Nicole supports many of our clients through the whole risk management process. She has written countless training solutions and manuals including ‘Managing Personal Safety at Work: a Guide’ which is highly regarded by the Health and Safety Sector in the UK and SWeRVe (Stop Work Related Violence)II, the Railways Safety and Standard Board’s nationwide training strategy used as the industry standard for all Train Operating Companies. She has an uncanny ability to develop training that perfectly meets an organisation’s needs while addressing individuals’ concerns.

Worthwhile Training works with organisations in many sectors to design, implement and embed control measures and effective training solutions to achieve measurable results.

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