Over the course of April, Acre convened a number of virtual round-tables to discuss business continuity and effective Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) leadership during the COVID-19 outbreak.
For these discussions, we collaborated with business leaders from various global and blue chip organisations to openly assess and review business risk and shared challenges in the current climate and, by doing so, creating a platform for knowledge sharing and learning.
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HSE professionals are being asked to make
decisions related to the health and safety of others with little to no supporting data
Organisations are facing a shortage of PPE to
offer employees and where supplies do exist, HSE professionals are now having
to question the conformity of these items
Safeguarding the mental health of an inherently
social species is a layer of the equation we haven’t encountered on this scale
The difficulty with battling a pandemic is that we must move at the pace of the crisis, not at the pace of the customer or the company. While this may feel unnatural or even impossible, the reality is that the virus isn’t going to stop and wait for us to adapt.
What needs to be considered before HSE leaders can safely return their organisations to work?
What are HSE leaders doing to ensure that their employees
are well supported both mentally and physically?
How are HSE professionals managing challenges as they rapidly unfold?
How are HSE professionals battling the global shortage of PPE?
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