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FEATURE


KEEPING SAFETY IN CHECK


Dan Joyce, General Manager EMEA of SafetyCulture, discusses the common pitfalls businesses should avoid when building back after lockdown.


it’s implemented correctly. Both enterprise level organisations and SMEs are prone to environment, health and safety (EHS) missteps, especially following a year of ever-changing guidance.


Our experience driving safety and quality across various industry sectors has highlighted the more common safety errors businesses tend to make, and has given us first-hand knowledge on how to avoid them.


OVERLOADING COMMUNICATION CHANNELS Many businesses use a variety of different systems


As the UK emerges from lockdown, businesses must move on from rebound to rebuild. Reactive solutions were once a useful stop-gap in a rapidly changing pandemic environment. Now, businesses are looking for best practice safety protocols that will set them up in the long term.


Managing safety is complex and multifaceted. Organisations certainly have the intention of creating safe work environments, but many aren’t clear on how to get their operations in check. The right technology can help sharpen our focus, making sure every detail and element of risk is accounted for, but only when


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and apps in the workplace. Using too many communication channels means critical issues can slip through the net, leaving businesses vulnerable to operational errors. It also increases double-handling for staff when they have to communicate on multiple platforms to report issues.


By using a real-time live chat function, you centralise the process and make sure that every piece of information is accounted for. Ensure your workforce is on the same page by deploying micro training platforms to regularly test the understanding and alignment of your team to see if the right messages are landing amid the noise.


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