Occupational Safety

Webinar "Occupational Safety 2021: Trends and Inspiration"

What are the key trends in modern occupational health and safety?

Covid-19 has catapulted occupational safety and health into the center of public attention and recognition. But what achievements from 2020 will remain? How well are we prepared for the future? What are the goals and modern tools and –  above all – what are the success factors for EHS in the future? 

Learn the answers to these questions and more in our free webinar on this year's Safety Management Trend Report. In an exclusive online panel, experts Prof. Dr. Andrew Sharman, Davide Scotti and Prof. Dr. Christoph Bördlein discuss key trends in modern occupational safety and health, with Timo Kronlöf moderating.

The following topics will be discussed in detail:

  • Long-term effects of the Covid-19 pandemic:

    Full speed ahead with digitalization and more appreciation for EHS?

  • Recommendations for 2021:

    What should professionals around the globe focus on?

  • Evolution of OSH profession:

    How to handle the challenging multiplicity of roles common in the field?

  • Modern safety concepts:

    How to effectively utilize new OHS concepts and make success visible?

Other topics that may interest you

Occupational Safety

Safety mindset: Putting safety front and center

Improving stagnant accident rates takes more than standard safety measures. Stefan Ganzke explains how the motivation to engage with health and safety arises - and how you can influence this process.

Read article
Occupational Safety

Using the Bradley Curve to improve occupational safety

The Bradley Curve shows what stage your company’s safety culture is currently at – and the steps it needs to take to achieve lasting reductions in accident rates. 

Read article
Digitalization, Occupational Safety

How to choose the right EHS software

What solution is the best fit for your company? Discover how to recognize your unique needs, set up the decision-making process and determine which selection criteria you should consider.

Download whitepaper

X