It highlighted the human, economic and financial implications of non-compliance with health and safety legislation. We learned of our legal responsibilities and considered how boardroom decisions impact on the health and safety of our workforce.
The course looked at:
- Moral and human costs and the implications of decisions made in the boardroom
- Legal responsibilities with regards to health and safety
- The principles and importance of the risk assessment process
- Acquiring competent health and safety assistance and the limitations of such an appointment
- The basic tools of introducing a proactive health and safety culture
Over the next few months Keiran Johns and Peter Richardson will be presenting this information to all the workforce of FDS.
A safer workplace means a more productive and profitable workplace